The Bachelor of Science Education Honours Degree Geography (BScEdHGg) capacitate post Advanced Level students with skills and competencies in Geography education so that they become responsive to the evolving education systems and building sustainable knowledge-based societies.
For admission to this undergraduate programme, a prospective student must satisfy the Entry Regulations specified in the General Regulations and must have:
- Have 5 passes at O-Level including English Language and Mathematics or their equivalents.
- A Pass in A- Level Geography and any other A’ Level subject or their equivalents.
Candidates older than 25 years can be admitted if they have 5 ‘O’ levels including Mathematics and English and a Science subject and must satisfy a panel selected by faculty.
Part I Semester I
CS101 Introduction to Computer Science
HS102 Health Education
PC106 Philosophical Foundations of Education
GGE112 The History and Philosophy of Geography
PC103 Communication Skills
GGE216 Aspects of Socio-economic Geography
Part I Semester II
EDT101 ICT Applications in Education
PC102 Research Methods Statistics
PC110 Culture and Heritage Studies
PC107 Sociological Foundations of Education
GGE121 Geographical Techniques and Applications
GG214 Aspects of Physical Geography
PC108 Citizenship Education and Conflict Transformation
Part II Semester I
PC105 Psychological Foundations of Education
PC113 Entrepreneurship in Education
GG317 Environmental Hazards and Disaster Management
GG111 Physical Systems of the Environment
GG312 Environmental Geomorphology
Part II Semester II
GGE212 Pedagogics in Geography
GG313 Urban Geography
PC307 Curriculum issues and Comparative Education
GG417 Regional Development
Part III Semesters I and II
TP301 Teaching Practice
Part IV Semester I
GG410 Tourism and the Environment
GG414 Environmental Management
GG315 Agricultural Geography
GG412 Hydrology and Water Management
GG413 Geography of Southern Africa
PC403 Educational Management
Part IV Semester II
GG415 Population Studies
GG318 Soil Geography
GGE319 Remote Sensing and GIS
PC370 Research Project
Masters studies in Geography Education or in interdisciplinary programmes related to Geography teaching.
Careers in the education sector as: Geography teachers, College Lecturers, Educational Consultants, Academic Counsellors, Curriculum and Textbook reviewers, Textbook and Module Writers, Education Researchers, School Heads, Examiners, Item writers, Subject Managers, Industrial Training Officers, Education Officers.
Using acquired knowledge and skills to produce goods and services with copyrights or patents. Such goods and services include books in Geography Education and teaching artefacts for use in the schools.