Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Inclusive Education (180 Credits)
This programme of study focuses on how educational institutions in general, and the classroom settings specifically, can become more inclusive to cater for different individual needs. The undergraduates tackle a variety of study-units aimed at identifying what barriers exist which may be preventing students from accessing quality education. Furthermore, the study-units also explore innovative techniques of how these barriers can be overcome so that all students feel valued during compulsory schooling years, and possibly beyond. This course includes internship opportunities aimed at developing a mindset of promoting inclusive communities that celebrate diversity and cater for the diverse needs of different groups of students.
Advanced Diploma in Children’s Care, Learning and Development or Advanced Diploma in Health and Social Care or 2 A-Level passes and 2 I-Level passes, to include at least one A-Level and one I-Level from Mathematics, English, Maltese, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology
3 Years Full-Time