BA (Hons) Childhood and Society Studies (Top-Up) is designed for people who want to gain a full undergraduate degree, and are working with children and/or young people.
You will develop a broader understanding of a number of childhood-related topics, and use this to analyse your own practice and the practice of others in childhood settings.
If you have existing experience in early years, you can take the optional pathway in Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competencies and graduate with a highly-desirable degree title BA (Hons) Childhood and Society Studies with Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competencies, improving your employability.
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National level 6:
Modules on this course include:
- Education and Society (20 credits)
- Leading Practice for Children and Young People (20 credits)
- Equality and Diversity in Contemporary Society (20 credits)
- Work-based Research Project (40 credits)
Plus one option from:
- The Foundation Years (20 credits)
- The Foundation Years: Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competencies (20 credits)
- Creative Teaching and Thinking (20 credits)
- Children, Young People and Digital Learning (20 credits)