Children, Schools and Families.
Worker in children’s centres, Family support worker, Learning mentors, Social care pro.
BA (Hons) Children , School and Families.This new degree has been designed in response to major and far-reaching changes in the government’s policies in working with children, young people and their families.
This program is suitable if you are seeking a non-school teaching career. You may be a registered teacher and want to upgrade your qualifications, or you want to work as a trainer in private industry, vocational education, or education consultancy.
Bachelor of Education Studies. Multidisciplinary programme that consists of eighteen modules, studied over three years.
Certificate in Education (Lifelong Learning) For those wishing to teach in the post-compulsory sector (Further Education and sixth form).
Comb Hons in Education (Major/Joint/Minor). Range of options around theories of learning, comparative education, schools and society, inclusion and diversity in education and many more to encourage you to pursue your own interests in the subject.
BA(Hons) Education Studies. Education programme upon successful completion of the first year of the Combined Honours programme if you have studies Education.
Education (Early Childhood).
Teacher of children until 8 years old.
Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies. The Early Childhood Studies degree programmes, which focus on young children aged 0-8 years and their families.
Education (Primary and Secondary).
Teacher of Primary and Secondary level.
Bachelor of Teacher Education. Undergraduate routes which lead directly to teaching qualifications in Primary and Secondary education.