This course provides the students with a general panoramic view of the principles of philosophy that have influenced the development of the procedures of education throughout the years according to history. The lessons will contrast the different philosophical concepts of education (Realism, Idealism, Post-Modernism, Humanism, Constructivism, etc) with those of Christianism. The Christian contribution will show the moral and spiritual value that the word of God, the Bible, offers. The criteria for evaluating all worldviews will be the Christian worldview in the context of the Adventist understanding of the great controversy.

This course is designed to develop in students the fundamental skills of the English language which includes awareness and proficiency in the application of grammatical and mechanical skills as they apply to oral and written delivery of the language. In addition, the process and techniques of effective speaking and writing are emphasized as well as the application of strategies that enhance conventional forms of composition.   

This course serves as an introduction to the teacher training program in Belize. It is a beginning social foundation course for first year students who are considering teaching as a profession and who are seeking better understanding about the complexity and importance of education. This course will provide students with an introduction to the field of education, focus primarily on the nature and the importance of the teaching profession, and discuss the current challenges and requirements for the profession. It will enable students to explore the historical, social, cultural, philosophical, and technological foundations of education.

Social Studies methodology is built on the constructivist philosophy. In this course, student teachers will be exposed to strategies that will help them to develop lessons where they directly involve the learner. This course is designed to provide interaction with the National Comprehensive Primary School Curriculum. Conceptual knowledge, critical thinking, social skill development and positive self-esteem will be promoted. It will equip student teachers with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to effectively plan for learning and delivery of the curriculum.

This course, Nature of the Learner, focuses on the study of child growth and development. Its aim is to introduce novice teachers to the basic principles underlying human development from early childhood to adolescence. Teachers become aware and knowledgeable of the factors that contribute to growth and development. It also explores various theories of learning and their application to the school context. An introduction to special needs education is also embedded in the course in order to equip teachers with a basic knowledge of how to make specific accommodations for these students in the classroom.
This course is based on a math content designed to promote a thorough understanding of the mathematics that teachers should know in order to be qualified to teach at the primary school level. This course builds on what was covered in College Mathematics for Primary Teachers 1. This course ensures that all student teachers acquire sufficient knowledge and competence to prepare them to teach mathematics effectively in the Belizean Primary School system. This includes algebra, statistics, probability, consumer arithmetic, and transformational geometry.