Bachelor of Education (BEd)


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Course Overview

A Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is an undergraduate professional degree which prepares students for work as a teacher in schools, though in some countries additional work must be done in order for the student to be fully qualified to teach. Our Bachelor of Education (Honours) provides you with the skills you need to become a leading teacher. You will complete professional experience as part of your course, so you’re job ready when you graduate. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
EDU 101 Communication Skills 5
EDU 102 Skills and Abilities 5
EDU 103 History of Education 5
EDU 104 National Development 5
EDU 105 Social Science Methodology 5
EDU 106 Audiology 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
EDU 111 Educational Psychology 5
EDU 112 General Methods of Teaching 5
EDU 113 Philosophy of Education 5
EDU 114 State Society and Development 5
EDU 115 Microteaching 5
EDU 116 Speech, and Speech Teaching 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
EDU 201 Educational Media  and Resources 5
EDU 202 Professional Development 5
EDU 203 Curriculum Development 5
EDU 204 Social, Personal and Health Education 5
EDU 205 Information and Communication Technology 5
EDU 206 Human Growth and Development 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
EDU 211 Educational Technology 5
EDU 212 Educational Measurement and Evaluation 5
EDU 213 Entrepreneurship 5
EDU 214 Public Speaking Skills 5
EDU 215 Religious Education 5
EDU 216 English Methods 5
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
EDU 301 Sociology of Education 5
EDU 302 Environmental Education 5
EDU 303 Educational Administration and Management 5
EDU 304 Visual Arts Education 5
EDU 305 Mathematics Methods 5
EDU 306 Teaching Practice (4weeks) 5
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
EDU 311 Educational Planning and Economics 5
EDU 312 Human Behavior and Learning 5
EDU 313 Development Project Appraisal 5
EDU 314 Social Change 5
EDU 315 Bachelor Thesis 10


Career Opportunities

A bachelor’s degree in education will prepare you for a job as an elementary or secondary school teacher. What should you do, however, if, after completing your degree you decide you don’t want to teach children after all. Or maybe you’ve spent years in the classroom and don’t want to continue to do it.

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