This degree explores the key issues in inclusion for special educational needs, disability and diversity within children’s, young people’s and adult education and professional services within the inclusive field.
You will be challenged to explore concepts of inclusion and exclusion locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. You will become aware of the social and cultural contexts of inclusion and will explore the implications of different models of disability and the intersectionality of diversity. The content of this course has been specifically planned to prepare you for a career in the inclusive field. It aligns closely with the Changemaker values and principles that the University has in place.
This degree allows you to keep your career choice open, as it will support you to go into different professional and work contexts in the inclusive field to support children, young people and adults in various settings.
Some examples of roles available to those graduating with a special educational needs qualification include;
With additional study you could become a:
Applicants needs to secure 60% and above in Year 12th.