Early Childhood, BA (Hons) Top Up
BA Hons (University of Chichester)
This course provides progression for those students who wish to top up their Foundation Degree or equivalent qualification. Delivered one day a week, you will study a range of modules which enable you to explore key aspects of childhood. This course will help students develop problem solving, critical analysis and independent thinking skills.
The University of Chichester is the awarding institution for this qualification.
- Type of study
- Full-Time, Higher Education
- Examination board
- Awarded by Chichester University
Availability & Details
Foundation Degree in Early Childhood (other qualifications considered) 240 UCAS credits (120 credits at Level 4 and 120 credits at Level 5) in a related subject such as Early Childhood. You must have professional experience of working or volunteering in an early years setting (examples include a Nursery, Day care, Key Stage 1 or Reception class of a school, or as a childminder).
Students are expected to attend one day a week at College, alongside working in the sector.
Students will explore psychological, sociological, global, cultural, economic and educational aspect of childhood. They will develop problem solving, critical analysis and independent thinking. They will be able to explore particular areas of interest with their Independent Project.
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