While working towards a Education, Inclusion and Special Educational Needs (BA Hons), we aim to help you develop a broad understanding and awareness of issues, concepts, ideas and theories relating to Education in its broadest sense. We will work with you to identify your own interests in the field of inclusion and special education and support you in working towards your own personal career goals.
The course will explore issues relating to inclusion and special educational needs including specific profiles such as ASD, Attachment, ADHD, Mental Health and Dyslexia. Alongside this, you will be encouraged to develop your own personal values and philosophies and debate the opportunities and challenges for inclusion.
You will be encouraged to make links between theory and practice both within the taught content and assignments, and whilst on placement.
Lectures are designed to be interactive with considerable use of discussion, which is often built upon group tasks, case studies and scenarios. You will be encouraged to develop your own perspective on inclusion and special educational needs and broader educational issues linked to social justice and sustainability. There is a strong psychology thread running throughout the programme where we look for theories and ideas that can help us understand and work with others. You will be offered the option to engage in work placements in your second and third year and take part in an optional placement year after year 2.
You'll study a variety of modules from 'Creating Inclusive Environments' to 'Learning Outside the Classroom'.
Take a look at the course content for full details of all the modules you'll study on this course.
Clearing 2020 : Tip
We may be able to offer you a place on this course, even if you don't meet the entry requirements specified in the box below. Call us on 03330 432414 to find out more and discuss your options.
Tariff information for 2020 entry†
BCC at A levels, DMM at BTEC or use a combination of your qualifications to achieve the required tariff total.
Mature Applicants: We welcome applications from mature students (aged 21 and over) and do not necessarily require the same academic qualifications as school leaving applicants.
Grade 4/C in GCSE English and Mathematics (or equivalent) are normally required. Please contact our admissions team if you have a question.
See the further details of fees and potential extra costs when studying a course at the University of Gloucestershire.
|UCAS codes available for this subject|
|BA (Hons) - 3 years full-time||X360|
|BA (Hons) - 4 years placement||X361|
|BA (Hons) - 4 years integrated foundation stage||X362|
- Special Educational Needs Teacher
- Special Educational Needs Advisor
- Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo)
- Community education officer
- Education consultant
- Learning mentor
- Educational Psychologist
You will have the opportunity to visit and work in a range of educational settings. We have a variety of links with local education providers including Special Schools, Children’s Centre’s and other specialist provision. You will have the opportunity to undertake placements in Special Schools, Assessment Centres, Further Education Colleges, EAL/EFL/ESOL contexts, Youth Centres and Pastoral support.
A variety of placement opportunities with the opportunity to enhance your CV, explore the variety of employment options within the field of Special Educational Needs and gain relevant and practical first hand experience.
Taught by experts
Lecturers who are specialists within the field of Inclusion and SEN, and have a range of practice-based experience.
Choose modules from courses beyond education
Opportunity to pursue your particular specialist interests in the 2nd and 3rd years of your degree through choosing modules from courses outside of Education such as Psychology, Early Childhood Studies, English, Sociology, Social Work and more.