- General Regulations
- Award Regulations
The Degree of Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Primary) (BTchLn(Primary))
The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2017 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website).
See also General Course and Examination Regulations.
To qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Primary) a candidate must pass courses having a minimum total value of 360 points, as specified in the Schedule to the Regulations for the Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Primary).
Should a candidate fail any professional practice course, they may only re-enrol in that course with permission from the Dean. Professional Practice courses may only be attempted twice.
The usual period of enrolment is three years of full-time equivalent study and the maximum period of enrolment is six years.
Every candidate for the BTchLn(Primary), before enrolling in a course of study for the degree, shall have:
Note that satisfying these criteria does not guarantee entry to the programme.
Students whose enrolment has lapsed for a period of 18 months or more will require the permission of the Dean to re-enrol in the qualification. This will include appropriate checks in line with the Vulnerable Children's Act.
The Dean of Education may grant credit towards the degree from any tertiary or other qualification where the content and standard of such study are considered appropriate to the degree. Credit may be specified or unspecified, and will be at an appropriate level. Credit from a completed degree will not exceed a maximum of 120 points. Credit from an incomplete degree, diploma or other tertiary qualification will not exceed 240 points.
For full course information, go to www.canterbury.ac.nz/courses
- TECP 315 Language, Culture and Identity: Enhancing Educational Experiences and Outcomes for Diverse Learners
- TECP 316 Te Ao Māori/Mātauranga Māori: Teaching and Learning from Māori Worldviews
- TECP 317 Digital Technologies and e-Learning for Transformative Education
- TECP 318 Research and Inquiry in Action
- TECP 319 Sustainability and Social Justice
- For students
To discuss the requirements for your programme of study
contact a Student Advisor (Liaison website).
- For staff:
To request updates to the University Regulations
refer to the Blue Book (UC staff only) and contact
your College Academic Manager or
Academic Services Group
Phone: +64 3 369 3971 (ext 93971)