The normal minimum entrance requirements for admission into the program shall be:
This qualification is offered through full-time or part-time study. It is worth a total of 51 (255) credits.The degree is a course-based MEd offered as coursework and Dissertation. Course work will be assessed by continuous assessment (CA) only. On satisfactory completion of coursework, students shall progress into the Dissertation route. This qualification is conferred only after completing the course work and the supervised research.
The Bachelor of Music Education Degree shall have 4 entry points. Subject to the provision of the General Academic Regulation 20.2, and the Faculty of Education Special Regulations the following special Regulations of the Department of Primary Education programme shall apply:
Subject to the provision of General Regulation 00.0 and 20.00 (General Regulation for Degree Programmes) and the Faculty of Education Special Regulation 10.30, the following Departmental Special Regulations shall apply:
VACANCY NO. FE/PE 1/2020: LECTURER IN ART AND DESIGN EDUCATION
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Lecturer Art and Design Education, Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Education.
Subject to the provision of General Regulation 00.0 and 20.00 (General Regulations for Bachelor’s Degree Programmes) and the Faculty of Education Special Regulation 10.30, the following Departmental Special Regulations shall apply:
1.1.1. Applicants with a Diploma in Educational Management shall enter at Level 300 of the degree programme. Relevant work experience in an educational setting shall be an added advantage.
1.1.2. Applicants with a Diploma in Education or its equivalent shall be admitted into either Level 200 or 300 of the Degree Programme on the basis of accumulated credits in the area of educational management. Relevant work experience in an educational setting shall be an added advantage.
The Bachelor of Primary Education (BPE) degree is a combined 4-year pre-service and in-service programme. The in-service component is part of the continuing professional development (CPD) of serving teachers committed to upgrading serving teachers with 21st century approaches to teaching. Depending on how much prior-learning a candidate has, they can enter at either level one hundred, two hundred of three hundred.