BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN ADULT EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Bachelor Of Education In Adult Education And Community Development seeks to address the challenging and exciting facets of adult continuing education and community development by producing professionals who understand essential topical issues and capable of dealing with its complexities. The courses within the programme represent perspectives from both academe and practice, reflecting the applied nature of the discipline. More importantly, this programme emphasizes a strong link between education and community development. Since the two are related, a discussion of one is incomplete without a discussion of the other. This conceptualization helps align the study and practice of these two inextricably related disciplines.
What and how will you learn?
In this case, every student has to take courses in two teaching subjects; one being major subject and the another being minor subject as well as community development-related courses. Learning methods programme will include lectures, independent reading from different sources, seminar presentations, practical assignments and Teaching Practical..
Entry requirements for Bachelor Of Education In Adult Education And Community Development
Direct entry qualifications
Two principal passes in any of the following subjects: Kiswahili, English, Literature, History, Geography, French, Arabic, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, or Biology.
Equivalent entry qualifications
Diploma in Education, Diploma in Adult Education, Diploma in Community Development with an average of “B” or GPA of 3.0 and either four passes at “O” Level for Form Six leavers or Certificate in Teaching (Grade A) for non –form six leavers..
Graduates from this degree programme work for the Govermnet, private sector as well as NGOs where they find good positions as Community Development Officers, Adult Educators, Community Change Agents, Development Consultants, etc.