Bachelor of Science (Education)

  • The Bachelor of Science (Education) degree programme provides the academic and professional development for undergraduates to develop strong content mastery and research capabilities, a deep understanding of learners and a comprehensive repertoire of pedagogical skills. The programme is positioned to integrate the best of an academic degree with a good foundation in the field of education to produce graduates with intellectual rigour, strong leadership, and global perspective to make significant contributions to education. The 4-year degree programme has a 'primary' and a 'secondary' track. Student teachers may be awarded an honours degree for excellent overall academic performance.

    For further information, including admission requirements and programme handbook, please visit the Office of Teacher Education Undergraduate Programmes page.

  • There are 8 areas of study in the curriculum structure of the BSc(Ed) programme. NSSE offers courses in 4 of these areas: Academic Subjects, Curriculum Studies, Subject Knowledge and General Electives. The following course synopses are available:

    Academic Subjects

    Biology
    AAB-series courses

    Chemistry
    AAY-series courses

    Food and Consumer Sciences
    AAQ-series courses

    Physics
    AAP-series courses


    Curriculum Studies

    The Teaching of Science (Primary)
    ACS-series courses

    The Teaching of Biology (Secondary)
    ACB-series courses

    The Teaching of Chemistry (Secondary)
    ACY-series courses

    The Teaching of Food and Consumer Sciences (Secondary)
    ACQ-series courses

    The Teaching of Physics (Secondary)
    ACP-series courses


    Subject Knowledge

    Science

    ASK-series courses


    General Electives

    Natural Sciences

    AGE-series courses