This BA looks good. I've found it very limiting not to have a degree in this profession - it rules out a lot of countries where I want to work, unless I'm prepared to work illegally, which I'm not. I've been teaching for 6 years now and am frustrated that I can't get a job in Vietnam, Japan (difficult) and other places where I want to teach. I'm in this for the long haul so a degree is the way to go. And if I'm going to do one, it might as well be in the field, rather than something random, right?
Adam, I don't know if you're still thinking about this - maybe you're already there and I'll meet you at the university! But if you're still wondering if it looks like a good degree, I think it does - speaking from 6 years of teaching experience, it seems to cover pretty much everything I'd want to learn.
By the way, the link in your post isn't working, but you can figure it out from the address bar when you click it.