Our BA (Hons) Education Studies Degree gives you the opportunity to study both the discipline of education as a single honours or with one our partner department subjects, giving you flexibility to study a range of options.
Joint course offers you the chance to study 50% education modules and 50% in your chosen partner department subject. This gives you a wide variety of modules to choose from, some will be compulsory but a number will be optional.
We also offer students the option of taking History of Art modules (by concession) which expands your choice and potential career pathways. Added to this, we offer a year abroad in your third year, which makes BA Education Studies a truly multi-disciplinary degree.
Our partner departments (listed below) cover a wide range of subjects that offer different employment and career prospects, click on the links for more information.
BA Education Studies
BA Education Studies – Harry Potter and the Age of Illusion Module (Part One)
Dr Richardson talks about the second year Harry Potter and the Age of Illusion module.
BA Education Studies – Harry Potter and the Age of Illusion Module (Part Two)
Dr Richardson explains how the module was developed and created.
BA Education Studies – Identity Culture and Education Module (Part Four)
Dr Richardson encourages students to consider a cultural genre or theme or their own.
BA Education Studies – Identity Culture and Education Module (Part One)
Dr Richardson outlines Identity, Culture and Education (ICE), a second year module, which considers girls and women in the 19th Century.
BA Education Studies – Identity Culture and Education Module (Part Three)
Dr Richardson further explains ICE, covering identity and myths from the Tudor times.
BA Education Studies – Identity Culture and Education Module (Part Two)
Dr Richardson further outlines the ICE module, values and identity.
Education and Continuous Learning
Dr Ward talks about why education and continuous learning is so important throughout our lives.
Importance Of Attending Lectures
Dr Ward explains why it’s important to attend the lectures and the benefits of being part of the group.
School of Education's Pastoral Care
Dr Ward talks about the importance of student pastoral care and how we can help and support students.
Student Engagement And Contribution To The Classroom
Dr Ward explains why we encourage engagement among the students and their contribution in the classroom.