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Access to Health and Social Care Professions

Access to Health and Social Care Professions

A2995

This course is particularly useful for students who wish to progress to health-related university courses such as Nursing, Midwifery or Physiotherapy and into related careers. The focus is on anatomy and physiology with sociology and study skills supporting this knowledge, building skills mainly in physical health.

BA (Hons) Children, Schools and Families

BA (Hons) Children, Schools and Families

A4883

Students on this Degree will examine the services, policies and work practices relating to children and young people in schools and families in a range of service provisions. Combining a number of subject areas, including Education, Sociology, Psychology and Social Work Policy provides a holistic perspective of working with children.

BA (Hons) Community and Social Care Policy and Practice

BA (Hons) Community and Social Care Policy and Practice

A4689

Foundation Entry Routes are available. This course is designed to enable students to develop a critical understanding of policy and practice, through the provision of a range of challenging modules and learning experiences, relevant to the future needs of students considering employment or further study in the areas of community and social care practice.

BA (Hons) Community Theatre and Performance

BA (Hons) Community Theatre and Performance

A5144

Students will study a range of topics designed to both expand their current performance skills and techniques in a community theatre setting. The final year of this course is delivered by Burnley College and is aimed at students who have completed their foundation degree or are completing the second year of their university course in a related subject.

BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy

BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy

A5217

This course provides a foundation of essential knowledge of theoretical and practical skills which enables students to progress into University Education within Health and Social Care and beyond. This is an interesting and stimulating course which provides students with the opportunity to develop their understanding of professional practice.

BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

A4596

Do you have an enquiring mind? Are you interested in why people commit crime or become victims of crime? If so, then this course could be for you. Discover the political, personal and social aspects of crime with a degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology

BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology

A4097

How do social differences like ethnicity, class, gender, age and ability make a difference to the way we are perceived and treated by the Criminal Justice System?

BA (Hons) Education and History

BA (Hons) Education and History

A4597

This degree is perfect if you have aspirations to teach history at secondary school level or beyond. The Education aspect of the course allows you to develop an understanding of educational theories, policies and practice, and apply these to past and present educational issues, whilst the History modules cover different periods, topics, places and approaches.

BA (Hons) Education and Psychology

BA (Hons) Education and Psychology

A4098

The way we develop and learn as children underpins our entire lifespan. This degree will give you a sound understanding of Psychology in an educational context. You’ll explore learning, memory, thinking and language, as well as the problems encountered by young people in education - things like learning difficulties and social or emotional problems. In the first year you will study the core areas of cognitive, social, psychobiology and developmental psychology.

BA (Hons) Education and Sociology

BA (Hons) Education and Sociology

A4099

Are you looking to develop your understanding and knowledge of educational theories, policies and practice, and apply these to past and present educational issues? This degree looks at the influences on the development of the education system, the curriculum, and learners with disabilities. In addition to studying the core social theories and research methodologies, you will explore and debate a range of sociological themes. You’ll gain comprehensive knowledge of these two disciplines and will develop a range of skills and practical experience which will enable you to pursue either educational or sociological study at a higher level.

BA (Hons) Education Studies

BA (Hons) Education Studies

A3008

This is not a teacher training course and does not give Qualified Teacher Status. This top-up degree is designed to allow progression opportunities to students with prior qualifications, such as the CertEd or relevant Foundation Degrees.

BA (Hons) English and History

BA (Hons) English and History

A4753

Join us to share your enthusiasm for English and History. This new course includes the study of traditional literature by figures such as Shakespeare and Dickens alongside options in American literature and culture, gothic, graphic novels, theatre, film, children’s literature and the fairy tale. You’ll approach history from many different directions, from cultural history, social and gender history to international history and politics.

BSc (Hons) Computer Games Enterprise

BSc (Hons) Computer Games Enterprise

A4041

Games development is a growing industry that allows individuals to either self-release games as an independent developer or to gain entry into the industry. This course focuses on the designing and building of computer games using industry standard software.

BSc (Hons) Physiology and Pharmacology

BSc (Hons) Physiology and Pharmacology

A5216

This course provides a strong base knowledge of how the body works and how drugs can be used to treat disease. This means that students can then continue on this course of study or progress to a range of alternative courses if they so wish in years 2 and 3 depending on their interests including Biomedical Sciences, Healthcare Sciences and Pharmacy. With additional study you could progress into Medicine and Dentistry.

BSc (Hons) Psychology

BSc (Hons) Psychology

A5150

Understanding what makes people tick prepares you for a wide range of careers, not just as a professional psychologist - no wonder Psychology is such an incredibly popular degree course. You’ll learn how to apply scientific methods to measure, understand and explain beliefs, decision-making processes and behaviour.

BSc Hons Psychology and Criminology

BSc Hons Psychology and Criminology

A4102

Study the nature of crime in society and gain an understanding of crime and criminal behaviour from a number of different perspectives on this truly fascinating course. Psychology and Criminology are completely separate topics that complement each other well. You can study both together, graduating with a degree that gives professional body recognition from the British Psychology Society and the knowledge and skills you’ll need for a career in either area. Alternatively, after Year 1 you can choose to specialise, by transferring to any one of our other Psychology routes or by pursuing a degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Certificate in Education and Training, Preparatory

Certificate in Education and Training, Preparatory

A1378

The Certificate in Education and Training, Preparatory is particularly suitable if you are interested in teaching and want a short qualification that does not have a minimum teaching requirement, or if you have just started a teaching role.

Foundation Degree Arts in Business and Management

Foundation Degree Arts in Business and Management

A2372

A Foundation degree in Business and Management will provide you with the understanding of business practice, organisation and functions needed to progress to a career in Business Management. Concepts are developed from both an academic and practical perspective and their relevance to your working life, career and aspirations are explored.

Foundation Degree in Children, Young People and their Services

Foundation Degree in Children, Young People and their Services

A3625

The Foundation Degree in Children, Young People and their Services equips students to work as practitioners with children and young people in a variety of education and care settings. This course allows students to gain qualifications which will provide broad employment opportunities in education and care settings in children’s services in response to government recommendations.

Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care (Mental Health)

Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care (Mental Health)

A2740

This course aims to provide a course with an emphasis on 'Fitness for Practice' that bridges the gap between theory and practice. The qualification is designed to provide employers with highly employable graduates who can 'hit the ground running' and who require the minimum of on the job training.

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