Program Description

Given that Rwanda is a member of East African Community, Commonwealth, and considering that Rwanda still needs to develop its culture to meet current international language speakers' needs as well as language teachers, this programme was designed to train professional secondary language teachers. Students major in English and one other language, chosen from French, Kinyarwanda or Kiswahili. This is the OPTION in the table below. It will increase the number of Rwandese who can fluently speak good English French and African languages with foreign people from different communities mentioned above. Hence, Rwanda will be fully integrated.

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) in Languages - English - OPTION LEVEL ONE
Philosophy, Ethics & Rwandan Culture Introduction to OPTION Language & Literature
Introduction to Communication Skills & IT Sociology of Education
Life Skills Fundamental Life Skills for Teachers
History & Philosophy of Education Principles and Practice of Teaching
Introduction to Educational Psychology English Language Analysis
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) in English-OPTION - LEVEL TWO
Educational Measurement & Evaluation Educational technology
Child Friendly Concepts & Practices Specific Teaching Methods for Languages
Entrepreneurship for Educators Introduction to English literature
OPTION Language Analysis Introduction to OPTION literature
  Literary Criticism
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) in English- OPTION - LEVEL THREE/FOUR
School Administration Current Issues in Education
Secondary School Teaching Dissertation
Literary Genres  
Research Methods/(Placement Adv Dip students only)  
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) in English-OPTION - LEVEL FIVE
Placement & Action Research Project

Key Facts

Award Type: Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Education (secondary) in English-OPTION
Level: Undergraduate
Study mode: Daytime, Evenings, Weekends or Holidays
Delivery Method: Standard
Course Length: Diploma 2 years; BEd (Hons) - 3years
Start Month: September, March
Entry requirements: Successful completion of secondary L6; Two principal passes; ability to study in English and the OPTION language

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