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BSc (Hons) Education and Mathematics

Swansea University
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Course UCAS code: X2G7
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  • BSc (Hons), Full-time , Duration: 3 Years
Course Summary:
Studying Education and Mathematics at Swansea will give you a range of skills and knowledge, opening up the potential for exciting and rewarding careers in education and in roles where the ability to think rationally and to process data clearly and accurately are highly valued by employers. On our three-year BSc Education and Mathematics degree, you will study policy and politics, leadership and management, educational practice in a digital age, learning and teaching, education in other countries, diversity and wellbeing in education, child development and educational neuroscience, as well as pure and applied maths and mathematics for finance, nonlinear partial differential equations, non-commutative geometry and algebraic topology. If you want to explore fundamental and advanced concepts of Mathematics and consider a broad spectrum of education theory and practice, this is the ideal course for you. You also have the opportunity to undertake work placements in organisations such as schools, local authorities, business and charities to enhance your student experience and your career prospects. The degree is designed for UK, EU and international students, and it considers education in a wide context – it is not confined to formal primary and secondary school settings, but also covers further and higher education, social services, local and national government, and education in the community. Some 94% of UK Education graduates overall are in employment or in further study six months after graduation (DHLE 2016). Our Mathematics department is ranked fourth in the UK for graduate prospects (The Complete University Guide, 2018) and 91% of students are in work or study six months after finishing their degree (Uni Stats, 2016). An Education and Mathematics degree provides an excellent foundation for many types of careers, including: early years teaching, play therapy, education administration, community development work, education research, local authority roles, learning mentoring and community education welfare, education publishing, computer programming and systems administration, roles within the financial sector, actuary, and business, statistical analysis, marketing and sales, education departments in museums, galleries and theatres, local and national government and in social services. You will need and additional ITE/PGCE qualification to become a teacher. Based on our stunning Singleton Park campus, in parkland overlooking Swansea Bay on the edge of the Gower Peninsula, you will be able to specialise on learning in a digital age and experiment, assess and reflect on digital learning technologies at the heart of current trends in education theory and practice. In your final year, you will complete an independent research-based dissertation, developing the knowledge and skills you have gained to become a research-effective educationalist. Please visit our course page for more information: swansea.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/artsandhumanities/education/bsc-hons-education-and-mathematics/ **We guarantee that you will be made a conditional offer for 2019 for a course at Swansea University. Subject requirements will apply. Please come along to our next Open Day or get in touch for further information.**
Year 1 Compulsory: Contemporary Education, Problems and Issues Introduction to Learning and Teaching Education Across the Lifespan Introductory Calculus Introductory Analysis Foundations of Algebra Introductory Linear Algebra Year 2 Compulsory: Research Methods in Education Real Analysis and Metric Spaces Vector Calculus and Measure Theory Vector Spaces Groups and Rings Year 2 Optional: Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Theory and Practice Child Development Protecting and Promoting Wellbeing in Education Additional Learning Needs Education Policy and Politics Enhancing Employability Through Work Experience Enhancing Learning with Digital Technologies Year 3 Compulsory: Dissertation in Education Complex Variables Higher Algebra Topology Fourier Analysis Year 3 Optional: Issues in current ELT Employability Decision Making and Work Experience Educational Neuroscience Childhood Studies Leading and Managing in Education Difference and Diversity in Education Educational Practice in a Digital Age Modules are subject to change and departments reserve the right to change the details
Assessment Methods:
Students will be assessed through a combination of unseen examinations and coursework, including: essays, presentations (poster and oral), written reports, reflective blogs, personalised learning records, research proposals, video blogs, and weekly exercise assignments in Mathematics. Students are also required to complete an 8,000 word empirically based research dissertation in the final year. These multiple forms of assessment will be used to meet the diverse learning styles and previous educational experiences of students. Please note that students choosing to study towards the Cambridge English Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) will also have to undertake an examination as part of the qualification.
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15 January

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I loved Swansea so much – I wasn’t sure what to expect, but the place blew me away. Wind Street is the best! There are so many things to do, although my favourite was talking the walk along the coast to Mumbles, a tiny fishing village, getting a cup of tea in the local café and getting away from it all for a while. Everyone was incredible open and welcoming, the beach was stunning and host to some very good memories, the course was amazing and my tutors were so inspiring. Everyone’s been so friendly and supportive.

Swansea University Admissions Office:
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The Admissions Office, Swansea University:
Tel. 01792 295111
Email. [email protected]

Swansea University Admissions Office:
Tel. 01792 295111
Email. [email protected]

The Admissions Office, Swansea University:
Tel. 01792 295111
Email. [email protected]

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