At the College of Education, innovation and collaboration in teaching and learning is at the centre of what we do. The Bachelor of Education program is designed for future educators wanting to teach students from preK to 12. You will work with a dedicated team of teacher-scholars and will have multiple opportunities to put your teaching skills to work through a variety of diverse field experiences.
The Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) is a four-year education program designed for First Nations students interested in obtaining a Bachelor of Education degree. The main purpose and goal of ITEP is to prepare First Nations teachers who will be able to respond to the challenges associated with the ever-changing educational needs and objectives of students in our school systems.
The Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP) is a four-year, fully accredited Bachelor of Education program, offered by the Gabriel Dumont Institute in cooperation with the Ministry of Advanced Education, and the University of Saskatchewan. You can choose to study in Saskatoon or Prince Albert for your entire degree.
Schedule of activities
Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) Information
Interested in becoming a teacher? This session will highlight the Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) and some general information about the College of Education.
Becoming a Teacher Q&A
Interested in becoming a teacher? Learn more about the Indian Teacher Education Program and the College of Education.