School of Education
Bachelor of Education: Social Studies Major (for Double Major)
*** The Double Major in Social Studies is available for continuing students
already registered in the Programme.
 

THE B.Ed. DOUBLE MAJOR IS NO LONGER OFFERED TO OTHER STUDENTS

Students are required to pass a minimum of twelve (12) courses (36 credits) to qualify for the Major. Compulsory courses are marked with an asterisk. These courses are intended to allow students to: (i) acquire adequate/sufficient content knowledge for teaching Social Studies, and (ii) access a teachers’ training programme in the subject.

Level I Courses

Major Requirements
1. SOCI1002 - Introduction to Sociology I*
2. SOCI1000 - Introduction to Sociology II*

3-6. And at least four (4) of the following:
   ECON1002 - Introduction to Macro-Economics
   ECON1005 - Introductory Statistics
   GOVT1000 - Introduction to Political Analysis
   GOVT1001 - Introduction to Caribbean Politics
   HIST1004 - History of the Caribbean

Level II/III

Major Requirements

1. GOVT3018 - Caribbean Governance II*
2. SOCI3035 - Caribbean Social Problems*
3. And at least one (1) of the following:

   GOVT2010 - Politics of Developing Nations
   GOVT2016 - Caribbean Political Philosophy
   GOVT3017 - Caribbean Governance I
   TOUR2000 - International Tourism
   SOCI3013 - Caribbean Social Policy

Level II/III

Major Requirements

1-3. At least three (3) of the following:

   GOVT2024 - Contemporary Political Democracy
   GOVT2057 - e-Governance for Small Island Developing States
   GOVT3015 - International Politics and Political Economy
   GOVT3049 - Caribbean International Politics
   GOVT3025 - Trade and the Environment
   SOCI2013 - Caribbean Social Development
   SOCI2014 - Caribbean Kinship
   SOCI3004 - Sociology of Tourism
   SOCI3026 - Sociology of Development
   SOCI3027 - Gender and Development
   SOCI3033 - Drugs and Society
   SOCI3037 - Social Dimensions of Inequity and Marginalisation
   SOWK3037 - Social Dimensions of Inequity and Marginalisation
   SOWK3031 - Bio-Psychological Challenges of HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean
   TOUR2001 - Caribbean Tourism

* Students registering for these courses will require special permission.

 

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