Subject POSt Enrolment: CTEP

St. George campus, Arts & Science students are required to enrol in subject POSt(s) at the end of the session in which they complete their fourth full-course equivalent. Students can only enrol in subject POSts offered on the St. George campus.

You must enrol in the minimum appropriate combination of subject POSts for your degree before your course enrolment period starts, or you will be prevented from enrolling in courses on ROSI.

The appropriate minimum combinations for CTEP students are shown in the chart below:

If your intended degree is: You must be enrolled in at least:
CTEP Hon. B.A. or Hon. B.Sc.

AS MIN 1028 (MI Education and Society
and
2 additional majors or
1 additional major + 1 additional minor

OR

AS MAJ 1021 (MA Christianity & Culture: Religious Education)
and
1 additional major or
2 additional minors

Please note that you can enrol in no more than three subject POSts, of which only two can be majors or specialists.

Note: Students enrolled in a concurrent teacher education subject POSt pay higher fees. See Academic Fees for Commerce, Computer Science, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, or Concurrent Teacher Education Subject POSts for details.

Requesting the subject POSt

Remember that once you have completed 4.0 full-course equivalents, you will not be able to enrol in further courses until you have enrolled in the minimum appropriate combination of subject POSts. While you are waiting for the results of your request for a Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP) subject POSt, you may need to enrol in interim backup subject POSt(s) if you want to enrol in courses. If you need help, contact your college registrar’s office.

There will only be ONE request period (from April 1 to May 15). You must apply during this period whether you will complete the admission requirements by the end of the 2013-2014 fall/winter sessions, or plan to complete the requirements during the 2014 summer session. Late applications will be considered only on a case by case basis.

Note: Students enrolled in a CTEP subject POSt pay higher fees. Please refer to Academic Fees for Commerce, Computer Science, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, or Concurrent Teacher Education Subject POSts for further details. CTEP is a full-time program in the fall/winter session. Students will complete requirements for an Honours Bachelor of Arts or an Honours Bachelor of Science with the Faculty of Arts & Science, and the requirements for a Bachelor of Education with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/UT Initial Teacher Education program. Students who complete all the necessary requirements will graduate with two degrees.

Request Period: April 1 to May 15

Go to the Concurrent Teacher Education Program web site . Select "The CTEP Applicant Profile". Log in to complete the profile. Select "SMC" for the Major: Christianity & Culture; select "VIC" for the Minor: Education & Society.

The information in the profile is part of your application, along with your academic information. The profile fee is $50.00. Completion of the profile is mandatory—applicants who do not complete the profile will not be considered.

Please note: applications to ASMIN1028 and ASMAJ1021 will NOT be shown on ROSI in the subject POSt listing until mid-June, when the program office considers your application to the program (for students enrolled in summer courses, the subject POSt will appear on ROSI in late August.

Results of your request (beginning July 2)

Beginning July 2, you must return to the SWS and select "Subject POSts" from the main menu. A list of your subject POSts will appear, which will show those you’ve requested (with a status next to them) as well as those in which you are "active," or enrolled).

If you have been given an "invitation" to enrol in a CTEP subject POSts, the "status" field next to the subject POSt code will read: "ASMIN1028: MI Education and Society (CTEP) – INVITED – You have been offered admission to this subject POSt" or "ASMAJ1021: MA Xty and Cult (Rlg Education) – INVITED – You have been offered admission to this subject POSt."

To accept the invitation to enrol, select "accept." Once you’ve comfirmed your acceptance, the status will change to: "ACTIVE – you are enrolled in this subject POSt" if the enrolment was successful. If the enrolment was not successful, you will see the message: "A problem was encountered" with details about the error. To decline the invitation, select "delete." No further action is required.

You must accept your invitation by August 7.

If you have been refused permission to enrol, the status will be "REFUSED." No further action is required. Remember that you will need to be enrolled in the minimum appropriate combination of subject POSts before you enrol in courses, so pick up at least one interim backup Type 1 subject POSt which will satisfy the minimum combination requirement. If you need help, contact your college registrars’ office.

If a decision has not been made, the status will remain as "REQUESTED." You should contact the appropriate program office for instructions.

Important Note

At the end of each Fall/Winter session, students will have their status in the program assessed, based on their academic performance. This assessment will determine their eligibility to proceed to the next year of the program. Consult the CTEP entry in the Degree Requirements section of the Calendar for information regarding the CTEP program, and associated program statuses.

For students in the ASMAJ1021: MA Xty and Cult (Rlg Education) program, your program of studies will be transcribed to teachable areas for the Bachelor of Education program by late August for those admitted to the program by August 7. For students accepted late into the program in September, this will occur by late September. Your ASMAJ1021 will be considered your anchor teachable, ASTS10218 TS1-Religious Education. If you are enrolled in another major program, that will be classified as your second teachable. For students with the additional double minors, one of those minors will be classified as your second teachable. If you would like the other minor defined as your second teachable, contact the St. Michael's College CTEP program co-ordinator’s office. Second teachables will be coded with the designator ASTS2.

Students in year 3, 4 and 5 of their CTEP program will be enrolled into the appropriate B.Ed. courses that comprise the B.Ed. components that year.