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Hi I have recentley found out that their are 2 early years degree courses you can do at college but both give the same qualification at the end of it. One is early years and education and the other is early years and science..... this doesn't make sense to me.... the early years and science seems to be the easier option, they don't have to do nearly as much work as you do on the education course.. i know people doing the scenece course and they say it is so easy no pressure, not many assignments but everyone i speak to who is doing the education complain about how much they have to do and the pressure they are under. How can both qualifications give the same degree at the end of it, i'm a little confused!!! As anyone else heard of this?

Also when these courses are advertised they are both advertised as a degree in Early Years....

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Hi I have recentley found out that their are 2 early years degree courses you can do at college but both give the same qualification at the end of it. One is early years and education and the other is early years and science..... this doesn't make sense to me.... the early years and science seems to be the easier option, they don't have to do nearly as much work as you do on the education course.. i know people doing the scenece course and they say it is so easy no pressure, not many assignments but everyone i speak to who is doing the education complain about how much they have to do and the pressure they are under. How can both qualifications give the same degree at the end of it, i'm a little confused!!! As anyone else heard of this?

Also when these courses are advertised they are both advertised as a degree in Early Years....

Is one a BSc and the other a BA? Why not ask to see some of the work that past students have done.. its not always quantity but quality!

What would you prefer to do... is the content more appealing of one than the other... it really doesn't matter what the work load is, you will find it difficult if you are not interested in the underpinning ethos

I have just completed my BA at Roehampton, I would have loved to do the BSc, but unfortunatly the options available for part time mature students were limted to the BA units.

Good Luck

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