Explore our range of part-time, full-time and foundation degrees and find the right course for you.
What is a Foundation Degree?
Foundation degrees are degree level qualifications which are focused on the workplace. They are qualifications in their own right and are nationally recognised awards. Foundation Degrees represent the first two levels of study required to obtain an honours Degree (BA).
All Foundation Degrees are designed to develop your academic ability, professional practice and a range of key and transferable skills. They are vocational qualifications, designed for people who want to study while they work and combine academic study with work-based learning and experience.
The Foundation Degree (FD) Development and Education of Children and Young People suite comprises of a range of relevant contemporary qualifications which combine theoretical perspectives with the core features of employer engagement, accessibility, progression and partnership. These programmes provide a balance of academic study and work based learning, which will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to have a positive impact on the lives of children, young people, families and the local community.
Development and Education of Children and Young People: Special Educational Needs and Inclusion (SENI)