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This course has been designed to develop aesthetic senses and skills. You will explore from traditional painting techniques, art history to installation art, and eventually advance into developing individual ideas toward original masterpieces.
This course offers not only the fundamentals but also the history and contemporary practices of graphic design, giving you typography, advertising, photography, drawing, multimedia, and the latest computer graphic studies.
Early Childhood Education (ECE) refers to the care and education of children from birth until the age of 8 and a quality ECE can set children on a path towards success in their education and career.
Special Education is targeted towards children who require assistance for disabilities that may be medical, mental, slow learner or psychological.
The programme provides students with an opportunity to gain knowledge, and experience teaching trends at an international level.
This unique arrangement is available to graduates of Diploma in Early Childhood Education or Diploma in Special Education to embark on a final year study at Franks School of Education.
To become qualified and certified, the Educator-Carer is required to have the Diploma in Early Childhood Education for personal and professional identity, and children, families and community.
In scope, the graduate EDU-CARER to-be begins a broad base journey that covers the development of the young child from birth to junior primary in a wide range of settings.
This programme will equip graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills and capabilities to succeed as teaching professionals in public and private schools and universities.
Undergraduates will be exposed to the various demands of conceptualizing ideas, creating and executing advertising campaigns, building their portfolio as well as a final year dissertation to examine advertising or design issues.
Students will learn about how children learn, the importance of responsive relationships, how to create responsive inclusive play-based learning environments and natural play spaces for children, families and the community and many more.
This programme encompasses a range of subjects with a commitment to professional practice, creativity and employability.
The course offers the study of fine art as an educational process which provides opportunities for the students to develop creative skills and visual language to probe reality and express through the tangibility of form.