An applicant shall be eligible to the Bachelor of Education if that applicant has:
a. a Foundation Certificate, or
b. a Diploma in Education or
c. Mature entry: at least 20 years of age on 1st February of year of admission.
Unless credit is granted under the Statute/Regulations of Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit and Recognition of Current Competency Programme consist of thirty-two courses:
- Education Studies – 10 courses
- Secondary Curriculum – 14 courses
- a teaching major – 8 courses
- a teaching minor – 4 courses
- pedagogical courses – 2 courses (1 for major teaching subject and 1 for minor teaching subject)
- Teaching Practicum – 6 courses
Mode of study
Full-time or Part-time
a. For a student admitted with a Foundation Certificate, at least eight semesters full-time (4 years) or sixteen semesters part-time.
b. For a student admitted with a Diploma in Education, at least four semesters full-time
c. For a student admitted under mature entry, the duration will depend on any credit granted on entry under the Statute on Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit
To be awarded the Bachelor of Education a student must pass thirty-two courses as prescribed.
Please refer to the FOE Student Handbook for more information