My major average fell below the required 60 percent, what happens now?
A. Student academic records are scrutinized in June when all marks are available for the academic year. Students who have failed to maintain the required 60% major average are notified in writing that they are unable to continue in their major at that time. They are advised that they can upgrade and apply for reinstatement. A request to upgrade may be granted only once and for only one full academic year (Spring, Summer, Fall/Winter). This means that if students do not maintain a required major average of 60 percent for a second time, they cannot request reinstatement again. Q Can I enter Teacher Education with this degree? Is it a teachable? What are teachables? A. Not all subjects, such as sociology, are considered teachables by all Teacher Education programs, however, it is possible to major in a non-teachable and take teachables as electives. Students must investigate the varying requirements of different Teacher Education programs. For the Faculties of Education in Ontario a great