Access To Humanities with Social Sciences
Advanced Learner Loan applicable
What entry requirements do I need?
You will need a minimum of: GCSE maths and English at Grade C and satisfactory attendance and performance at taster day
What will I learn?
In the first semester the course provides you with units to develop your study, IT, data presentation and analysis skills, alongside introductory units in Critical Thinking, Social Research Methods and Contemporary Psychology. Your knowledge and understanding is then further developed in semesters two and three, providing you with a broad range of modules including Cultural Studies, Cognitive and Language Development, Historical Studies, Philosophy and Literature studies. In addition a number of optional modules are offered including Education Studies, Organisation and Methods of Teaching, Special Needs in Education, Creative Arts, Film Studies, Childhood and Society and Media studies.
As with all Access courses we want to develop your confidence and ability to study independently. You will be assessed through a variety of methods, including essays, oral presentation, debates and exams. In the last semester you will also complete an extended Independent Project on a subject of your own choice.
What could I progress on to?
Students who have successfully completed this Diploma have progressed onto university courses at a range of institutions including Kingston, Chichester, LSE, UCL, Royal Holloway, Christchurch Canterbury, Kent, and Brighton.
Previous learners on this course have gone on to university studies in teacher education, law, business studies, history, economics, philosophy, theology, anthropology, applied social sciences, sociology, social work, psychology and criminology.
Additional Course Details for 17/18
Course code 18132 Course name Access To Higher Ed: Humanities & Social Science Campus Ore Valley Study mode Full-Time Start date 11/09/17 Duration 36 week (s)