Are you interested in working with children from birth to 7 years? With a degree in Early Years Education you will gain knowledge in child development, safeguarding, the importance of play, observation and assessment of learning in early years settings, children’s rights, and working with families and communities to help children flourish and reach their full potential.
You will explore the latest theory and analysis surrounding childhood and the influence that culture, play and legal issues have on childhood education today. You will learn about child development, learning theories, and policy relevant to early years; all in the context of professional practice in today’s multicultural society.
You will also practise research methods to equip you with the skills to investigate the issues and concerns for professionals in Early Years education. Work experience is integrated into the course, giving you crucial hands-on experience and extending your knowledge of the field. This will enhance your employability after graduating.
This is a flexible degree with many transferable skills, but some of the most popular careers for this type of degree include:
• employment in early years settings
• youth or community education
• social work
• charity and third sector employment
• higher or further education in student-facing, or administrative services
• educational planning or policy
Tuition & Fees
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|Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)||Other Fees|