BA (Hons) Education

Duration: 3 years

Course details

The BA (Hons) Education undergraduate course allows its students to learn about the education as a dynamic process of human, cultural, economic, and social development that is fundamental to a changing, globalized world. As an interdisciplinary degree, the BA Education combines ideas and research from education, psychology, sociology, philosophy and history. The program includes a placement in your second year so that you can apply your knowledge to work with children and young people in a professional setting.


Year 1

  • Sociology of Education

  • Philosophy of Education

  • Education and Psychology

  • The Language of multilingual communities

Year 2

  • Education Policy in Historical and Social Contexts

  • Education: Experiential Learning

  • Peer Mentoring in Practice

  • Social Problems and Social Policy

  • Optional Modules

Year 3

  • Comparative and Global Social Policy

  • Inclusion and Special Educational Needs

  • Social Policy Dissertation

  • Optional Modules

Entry requirements

  • Minimum of grades BBC in three A levels
  • English language GCSE at grade C or above

Career possibilities

Graduates from this course are confident, articulate, highly skilled and are equipped to contribute as professionals within the field of education. Your specialist knowledge and skills will be attractive to a wide range of employers. Graduates have gone on to work in the professional fields of: publishing, teaching, research, alternative education, community youth work, primary/secondary schools and FE, colleges, special educational needs, educational welfare, local authorities, historic, buildings/museums with education units, police education liaison.

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