The BA (Hons) Special Educational Needs and Disability Studies is an innovative, trans-disciplinary degree programme developed to reflect the shifting emphasis within the field of Special Educational Needs and Disability.
Essentially, it is the study of challenging concepts relating to equal opportunity, inclusion and a holistic understanding of childhood and youth. This degree is underpinned by childrens rights and drives towards developing integrated and responsive services for children, young people and families.
We have created an online taster session to help you find out more about the course and understand whether it is something you would like to pursue further. It has been designed to give both applicants and prospective students a better idea of what is involved. However, you can also take part in the session for your own interest without progressing further.
By participating in this session you can view videos from the course team and access related activities. We hope you enjoy the taster session and are interested in finding out more about this University of Suffolk degree and how to apply.
This course is being taught using Course Sites by Blackboard, an online platform for organising and securely sharing course materials, online lectures, discussion and other learning activities. Details of how to enroll are available on the right hand side of this page.
If you have any questions about the taster or would like to find out more about the degree itself, please contact the course leader, Allison Boggis:
T: 01473 338574
Join our online taster session
To enroll on the BA (Hons) Special Educational Needs and Disability Studies online taster, please follow the steps below:
- Launch a browser and enter the following URL to go to the course homepage:
- Once at the course homepage, click the "Self-Enrol" button.
- Follow the on screen instruction to create an account.
- Complete the profile.
- Enjoy the taster session!