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Bachelor of Education Honours Degree In Sociology

The Bachelor of Education Degree in Sociology  is a two (2) year full-time/ block release program designed for qualified teachers who  are holders of a Diploma/Certificate in education and have a background study in Education with the aim to: -


  • Help the teachers to design, implement and evaluate appropriate curricula in Sociology of Education;
  • Enhance the teachers’ critical, analytical and reflective skills so as to be effective decision makers in educational issues;
  • Produce researchers sensitive to social forces and problems affecting the education system.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

For admission into the programme, a candidate must normally have:
  • At least five (5) ‘O’ level passes at Grade C or better or the equivalent 
  • A Certificate or Diploma in Education or 
  • Any other qualifications acquired by a candidate that may be approved by Senate


PROGRAM STRUCTURE

LEVEL 1: SEMESTER 1
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ESO101  Introduction to Sociology of Education
EPS 101  Introduction to Psychology of Education
EPH 101  Introduction to Philosophy of Education
UWC 120 Introduction to Ethics
UWC 140 Communication Skills
UWC 100 Introduction to Computers

LEVEL 1: SEMESTER 2
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ESO 102  Sociology of the School
ESO 103 Education and Social Inequalities
ESO 104 Gender, Sexuality and Education
ESO 105 Culture and Education
EMA 101 Educational Management

LEVEL 2: SEMESTER 1
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ESO 201 Religion and Education
ESO 202 Deviance and Education
ESO 203 Contemporary Social Issues in Education
EPE 203 Professional Ethics in Education
EPR 201 Research Methods and Statistics

LEVEL 2: SEMESTER 2
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ESO 204 Education, Social Change and Development
ESO 205 Families, Households and Education
CEN 201 Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
EPR 202 Research Project