BACHELOR OF ARTS WITH EDUCATION (SECONDARY EDUCATION)

The Bachelor of Arts with Education is offered to School Leavers and teachers with certificate or diploma qualifications in education. The programme equips teachers with knowledge and skills of teaching, curriculum preparation and research.  Students specialise in two teaching subjects among the following; English, Religious Education, Civic Education, History, Zambian Languages and/or French. The programme further prepares graduates for management and administrative positions in schools.

Programme Description

FIRST YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Psychology of Education Education and Development
Philosophy of Education Sociology of Education
Development of Education in Zambia Plus 2 Electives
Study and Communication skills
Choose Two from the following
·  Religious Studies I

·  Zambian Languages (Structure of Bantu languages)

·  Structure of contemporary English

  • Introducing Language and Linguistics
  • African History I
  • French Language I
SECOND YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Gender Issues Educational Technology and Literacy
Educational Administration and Management
Choose Two curses from the following Choose three courses from the following
·         Structure of Contemporary English (Phonetics and Phonology)

·         African History I

·         Religious Studies II

·         Zambian Languages (Phonology and Morphology of Zambian Language)

·         French Language II

·  Structure of Contemporary English (Morphology, Word formation and Syntax)

·  English ( Sociolinguistics)

·  Economic History of Europe 1790 to 1914

·  Indigenous Religions in Southern Africa

·  Philosophy of Religion

·  Zambian Languages ( Studies in Non-Bantu Languages of Africa

·  French Language III

·  Introduction to Literature in French

THIRD YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Educational Research Methods Teaching Practice – School Teaching
Political Economy of Education
Choose Two from the following courses Choose Two from the following courses
  • English Teaching Methods
  • Religious Education Teaching Methods
  • History Teaching Methods
  • Zambian Languages teaching Methods
  • French Teaching Methods
  • English (Psycholinguistics)
  • History ( Introduction ton to Archaeology of Historic and Prehistoric Period)
  • RE ( African Independent Churches)
  • RE ( Introduction to World Scriptures)
  • Zambian Languages (African Oral Literature)
FOURTH YEAR
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Curriculum Development Studies Introduction to Guidance & Counselling
Approaches to Educational Planning Educational Evaluation & Testing
Choose One Choose One
·  History ( Land, Labour and Capital in Southern Africa)

·  Literature ( Criticism and theory of Literature)

  • Studies in Contemporary Linguistics ( Semantics)
  • History of Zambia since 1890
Dissertation Dissertation