Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Education (BA(Hons))
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Following on from a BA in Education, studying at Honours level encourages you to engage in critical and reflective analysis of many of the central issues facing education. Courses on offer cover areas such as education policy, research, Māori and indigenous education, pedagogy, educational psychology and curriculum and assessment topics. This qualification is awarded with First Class Honours, Second Class Honours (first or second division) and Third Class Honours.
The BA(Hons) in Education is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Students who have completed a BA in Education are also encouraged to consider the Faculty's new 180 point Master of Education as an alternative to the BA(Hons) in Education.
- 90 points from EPOL, EPSY, KURA 401-488, and
- compulsory research project (EPOL, EPSY or KURA 489).
A BA degree with a major in Education.
Part-time: two years, four years.
Full-time: one year.
For course information go to the Course Catalogue and search under the following subjects:
• For EPOL courses, select the subject Education Policy & Implementation
• For EPSY courses, select the subject Educational Psychology & Pedagogy
• For KURA courses, select the subject Education Māori Pasifika & Indigenous
|EPOL 404||The Critically Reflexive Practitioner|
|EPOL 405||Curriculum: Theory, Research and Practice|
|EPOL 406||Contemporary Education Policy|
|EPOL 485||Special Topic: Advocacy, children’s and young people’s rights in contemporary society|
|EPOL 489||Research Paper in Education|
|EPSY 401||Research Methods in Education|
|EPSY 404||Diversity under Scrutiny: Theory and Practice|
|EPSY 405||Social and Emotional Development|
|EPSY 406||Learning and Motivation|
|EPSY 486||Special Topic: Infant and Toddler Pedagogy|
|EPSY 489||Research Paper in Education|
|KURA 401||Research as Praxis: Indigenous Perspectives|
|KURA 403||Critical Pedagogies of Place|
|KURA 404||Education for the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific|
|KURA 405||Education, Development and Change in Aotearoa|
|KURA 489||Research Paper in Education|
The BA(Hons) in Education is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. For more information contact:
The BA(Hons) in Education courses are taught by the Faculty of Education. For more information contact:
Student and Academic Services Office
Faculty of Education
Level 3, Tennant Block
Phone: 04-463 9500
For the latest information prior to enrolment, check the online Course Catalogue: www.victoria.ac.nz/home/catalogue
Email online at: www.victoria.ac.nz/enrol