Bachelor of Education (EarlyChildhood Education) (Hons) N141/6/0008 (MQA/FA 1746)

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  • Added: October 19, 2017

  • Sale Price: 49500

  • Regular Price: 49500

  • Condition: new

  • Location: Malaysia

  • State: Johor

  • City: Johor Bahru

  • Phone: 072232178

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Programme Overview

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education) (Hons) provides the candidates with sound knowledge in the areas of early childhood studies in general. At the national level, there is a need to produce graduates who are competent in knowledge and skill as well as possess high sense of professionalism and integrity. This programme offers the window of opportunities to candidates who see their future in the paths of knowledge workers through higer level of studies and contributing towards accelerating growth leading to a high income nation in 2020.

Generally student work as practitioners, centre owner, Tadika/Taska Managers, Parent child consultant, ECE policy maker, special education expert, child space designer, child toy designer and any other related.

Academic Entry Requirements

You must meet the following requirements in order to be considered for entry to the UNITAR Bachelor’s Programme:

Pass STPM or its equivalent, with a minimum of Grade C (NGMP 2.0) in two (2) subjects;
Pass STAM with a minimum of Grade Jayyid;
Pass Matriculation/Foundation or its equivalent;
Diploma in Early Childhood Education or its equivalent;
Pass any Diploma or its equivalent;
Pass BTEC Level 4 & 5 and pass SPM with at least three (3) credits in any subjects;
Through ‘Open Entry’ where candidates have to fulfill these requirements:
Aged not less than 21 years old and have a minimum requirement of PMR

Pass TOEFL with a minimum score of 500 points or score 5.5 in IELTS for international students (or its equivalent). Should the candidates do not meet these requirements, the university must offer courses in ‘English Language Proficiency’ in ensuring student’s language proficiency is sufficient for the whole program. This exercise will be organized through a rigorous internal assessment process.

Study Mode & Duration

Full-time: 3 years
Part-time: 5 years

Year 1

***Study Skills
Learning Principles of Young Children
English for Academic Purposes
Programme Development in Early Childhood Education
TITAS / Malaysian Studies
Managing Child Behaviour
Approaches in Early Childhood Education
Hubungan Etnik / Bahasa Komunikasi 3
Interpersonal and Communicational Skills for Social Sciences
Foundations of Education
Management and Administration Early Childhood Education
Children and Creativity
Language and Literacy for Young Children
Children’s Toy and Play
Social Entrepreneurship
Teacher Professional Development
*** Local students who did not obtain a credit in Bahasa Melayu SPM are required to take Bahasa Kebangsaan A

Year 2

Curriculum and Pedagogy
Assessment in Education
Children Space Design
Psychosociology for Social Sciences
Educational Technology
Workplace English
Technology for Early Childhood Education
Minor 1*
Minor 2*
Minor 3*
Minor 4*
Minor 5*
Learning Environment for Young Children
Statistics for Social Sciences
Effective Programme in Early Childhood Education
Year 3

Research Method for Social Sciences
Portfolio for Young Children
Minor 6*
Minor 7*
Minor 8*
Teaching Practicum 1 (Taman Asuhan Kanak-Kanak)
Teaching Practicum 2 (Preschool/Tadika)
Entrepreneurship in Early Childhood Education
Project Paper in Early Childhood Education
Minor Courses: Children Performing Arts

Art and Craft for Young Children
Puppetry in Early Childhood Education
Creative Drama in Early Childhood Education
Folklore and Modern Storytelling
Creative Writing for Young Children
Creative Movement for Young Children
Children’s Media and Communication
Music for Young Children
Minor Courses: Child Centre Management

Health and Safety Management
Food Production and Services
Management of Food Service Operations
Child Care Centre Operations
Entrepreneurship in Food Industry for Young Children
Child Nutrition
Cooking for Young Children
Handling Food for Young Children

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