2021/22 Undergraduate Programme Catalogue
BA Social Science
|Programme code:||BA-SOC/SC||UCAS code:||L301|
|Duration:||4 Years||Method of Attendance:||Full Time|
|Programme manager:||Suzanne Hallam||Contact address:||email@example.com|
Total credits: 120
- Educated to GCSE level or equivalent.
- All applicants will be interviewed as part of the admissions process.
- Outside of special cases it is envisaged that students will be aged 21 years plus.
School/Unit responsible for the parenting of students and programme:
School of Sociology and Social Policy
Examination board through which the programme will be considered:
Level 0 - Sociology and Social Policy Exam Board
Level 1-3 - Exam Board appropriate to the discipline specific award
Relevant QAA Subject Benchmark Groups:
QAA Benchmarks appropriate to destination degree programme.
N/A at Level 0
The programme will provide a broad foundational route into the study of social sciences and law for mature non traditional students who wish to attain the skills and attributes necessary for further study at undergraduate level. The programme will provide students with basic knowledge of approaches, concepts, theories and principles relevant to social scientific and legal understandings and interpretations of the social world.
Throughout, the level 0 places strong emphasis on the development of relevant study/transferable skills and a responsible approach to learning through a set of compulsory core modules (80 credits). In semester two the programme facilitates an element of choice and students are able to select two modules (40 credits) that reflect their personal interests and routes for future study at undergraduate degree level.
Students who successfully complete the level 0 in social science will have acquired the level of academic skills, knowledge and self confidence necessary for them to become the reflexive, independent learners required in higher education institutions and also the wider contemporary employment market. On successful completion of the level 0 all students will then transfer on to one of the named pathways leading to an award of the University as detailed below.
Year1 - View timetable
Candidates will be required to study the following compulsory modules:
|SLSP0110||Researching and Studying the Social Sciences||40 credits||Semesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)|
|SLSP0121||Social Inequalities in Contemporary Society||40 credits||Semesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)|
|SLSP0130||Understanding Social Welfare||40 credits||Semesters 1 & 2 (Sep to Jun)|
If you complete year 0 successfully, you would be expected to progress onto one of our undergraduate degrees. The list of approved degrees you could choose is below (Each programme has its entry requirements indicated):
Sociology and Social Policy
• BA Sociology (requires a pass at 40)
• BA Social Policy (requires a pass at 40)
• BA Social Policy and Sociology (requires a pass at 40)
• BA Sociology and International Relations (requires a pass at 60)
• BA Social Policy and Crime (requires a pass at 40)
• BA Social Policy with Enterprise (requires a pass at 40)
• BA Politics and Social Policy (requires a pass at 60)
• BA International Development (requires a pass at 60)
• BA International Relations (requires a pass at 60)
• BA Politics (requires a pass at 60)
• BA Politics and Sociology (requires a pass at 60)
• LLB Law (requires a pass at 70)
• BA Criminal Justice and Criminology (requires a pass at 65)
• BA Childhood Studies (requires a pass)
• BA Education (requires a pass)
• BA Social Work (requires a pass at average 65 and successful interview)
• BSc Nursing (Adult) (requires a pass at average 65 and successful interview)
• BSc Nursing (Child) (requires a pass at average 65 and successful interview)
• BSc Nursing (Mental Health) (requires a pass at average 65 and successful interview)
• BA Professional Studies (requires a pass at 40 and interview)
Last updated: 05/07/2021 16:48:05
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