This programme provides a broad-based platform for the study of key aspects of education, in particular, current concepts, practices, and issues. It focuses on the nature of learning and human development and the socio-economic, historical, cultural and political contexts of educational institutions and of the wider society in which learning takes place.
It is also concerned with the differing approaches to knowledge and curricula within institutions, and with evaluating the nature of, and the outcomes arising from, educational processes. This involves the debate about the aims of education and the conflicting research paradigms from which educational practices are drawn.
The aims of the programme are:
- To address the range of inter-disciplinary contributions which make up education studies
- To further critical and research skills at all levels
- To develop awareness of issues relevant to education and it's essential role in shaping contemporary society.
Applicant should have:
260 UCAS points or above
PLUS at least three GCSEs at grade C or above (including English) or equivalent qualifications.
Students are assessed through coursework.
Graduates have opportunities in teaching, educational policy, and planning, educational support and administration. The degree can be used to access a range of specialist and postgraduate programmes including the PGCE Primary Education and MA Education programmes.
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