You’ll critically investigate and evaluate the theories, knowledge, policies and legislation that underpin current best practice. You’ll study a range of topics relevant to child development, such as play and early learning, inclusivity and diversity, and communication and language.
You’ll also learn how to create an enabling environment for young children, as well as how to develop children’s social and emotional resilience.
Studying alongside fellow professionals, you’ll reflect on your practical experience by looking at what you know and do well, as well as how you can improve your knowledge to be more effective.
You’ll graduate with a highly regarded qualification that will improve your work performance and your career opportunities.
You can complete this degree in two years during one afternoon/evening per week, alongside existing work commitments.