This programme allows you to tailor your studies from a range of elective classes and is ideal for those who want a broader range of study.
Your Advisor of Studies will help guide you in your choices. It has a number of pathways, including: Inclusive Education; Philosophy with Children (the only course of its kind in the UK); Supporting Teacher Learning; Supporting Bi-lingual Learners; Health and Wellbeing; Educational Leadership.
By completing this degree you'll gain a critical understanding of education while being able to tailor your choice of elective subjects to suit your preferred area of specialism.
Rather than leading to a teaching qualification, it enables you to develop skills to study at Masters level and develop a sophisticated understanding of the concept of policy relating to education. It will allow you to extend your interest and understanding of learning and engage in a range of other, education-related areas.
An undergraduate degree. Some modules require GTCS registration or other qualified teacher status and for you to be working in schools.
September, January, April
Part time (day)
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences