Bachelor of Education (Hons) Dual Degree
Awarding Institution
SEGi University &
University of St Mark &
St John (Marjon), UK
Duration
3 years including
20 week compulsory Practicum
(full-time)

5 years(part-time)
Intake Dates
Refer to SEGi campus
Campus
SEGi University Kota Damansara
Description

The Bachelor of Education (Hons) programme is aimed at preparing students to meet the demands in the teaching profession for both public and private educational institutions. Thus, the programme provides an excellent opportunity for non-graduate teachers, school-leavers, and those interested in joining the teaching profession to be better equipped with a solid command of the subject knowledge and skills required for an educator.

Graduates of this programme will have an understanding of the history, philosophy, systems, practices and challenges of educational development. The programme will enable scholars to master a competency in identifying the nature of learning experiences and problems faced by students, and to be professionally engaged in the teaching-learning processes and experiences, curriculum planning, aspects of educational institution management, and development of the profession. We offer 4 specialisations:

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Special Needs Education
  • TESL
  • Guidance & Counselling.
Career Opportunities

A bachelor’s degree in education will prepare you for a job as an elementary or secondary school teacher. Other areas of employment include:

Primary & Secondary Schools & Divisions, Universities, Government Agencies, Health Care, Youth Services, Social Service Organisations.

Entry Requirements
  • Pass in STPM (2 principal passes) or
  • Pass A-Level (2 subjects); or
  • Pass in Foundation programme; or
  • Certificate in related area; or
  • Pass the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC), Grade B in 5 subject; or
  • Pass Australia Capital Territory (Year 12) / South Australia (SACE) / Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) / Western Australia Certificate of Education (WACE) / South Australian Matriculation (SAM)/ Tertiary Entrance Education (TEE) / Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) / Western Australia Certificate; or equivalent from other countries qualification; or
  • Pass any Diploma in related field with at least CGPA 2.0; and
  • Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysia Government
Programmes Modules
Year 1

Semester 1

  • Academic English
  • Introduction to Education: Educational Philosophy, History and Policies
  • Communication and Thinking Skills
  • Sociology and Development of Children and Adolescents
  • Introduction to Curriculum and Pedagogy
  • TITAS / Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2

Semester 2

  • Hubungan Etnik / Malaysian Studies
  • Effective Listening Skills
  • Co-curriculum

Semester 3

  • Technology in Education
  • Pedagogy and Diversity
  • Educational Psychology
  • Assessment and Evaluation in Education
  • Guidance and Counselling in Education
  • Elective Major 1
Year 2 Year 3

Semester 1

  • Ethics and Professionalism in Teaching
  • Environmental Management and Technology
  • Planning and Organising Supportive Learning Environments
  • Elective Major 2
  • Practicum 1 ( 2 weeks)
  • Elective Major 3

Semester 2

  • Elective Major 4
  • Elective Subject 1 (Minor)
  • Elective Major 5

Semester 3

  • Elective Major 6
  • Elective Major 7
  • Elective Subject 2 (Minor)
  • Classroom and Behaviour Management
  • Elective Major 8
  • Elective Major 9

Semester 1

  • Elective Subject 3 (Minor)
  • Management and Leadership in Education
  • Entrepreneurship Development Business Ethics
  • Introduction to Research in Education
  • Elective Major 10

Semester 2

  • Practicum 2 (6 weeks)

Semester 3

  • Research Project: Contemporary Issues and Trends in Education
  • Practicum 3 (12 weeks)

Elective Major

Specialisation in TESL – (Teaching English as a Second Language) Specialisation in Guidance and Counselling
  • Introduction to Linguistics

    English Phonetics and Phonology

    English Grammar

    Approaches to Teaching English as a Second Language

    Methods of Teaching Listening and Speaking

    Methods of Teaching Reading

    Methods of Teaching Writing

    Materials and Resources for ESL Classrooms

    ESL Assessment and Evaluation

    Literature and Drama for ESL Learners

  • Introduction to Counselling Psychology

    Theories and Techniques in Counselling

    Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions

    Group Counselling

    Career Counselling

    Diversity, Counselling and the Helping Relationship

    Working with Disaffected Children

    Family Counselling

    Child and Adolescent Counselling

    Mental Health

Specialisation in Special Needs Education Specialisation in Early Childhood Education
  • Introduction to Children with Special Needs
  • Language and Communication Disabilities in Children
  • Instructional Strategies for Children with Special Needs
  • Behaviour Management for Children with Special Needs
  • Early Intervention and Support Services for Children with Special Needs
  • Management of Special Education
  • Inclusion for Students with Special Needs
  • Sign Language in Communication
  • Community-based Rehabilitation
  • Current Issues and Trends in Special Education
  • Early Childhood in a Changing World
  • Play and Learning in Early Childhood
  • Assessment in Early Childhood
  • Collaborative Relationships in Early Childhood:
  • Home, School and Community
  • Wellness in Early Childhood:
  • Health, Safety, Nutrition and Physical Education
  • Arts Education in Early Childhood: Creative and Aesthetic Expression
  • Social-emotional Learning, Character Education and Social Studies in
  • Early Childhood
  • Communication in Early Childhood: Language and Literacy Education
  • Science and Technology Education in Early Childhood
  • Mathematics Education in Early Childhood

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