In today's fast-changing care sector, professionals at all levels need to be proactive and flexible to succeed. This degree provides a sound and critical understanding of health and social care policy, theory and practice, and the skills you need for effective practice in a diverse, multidisciplinary environment. You’ll learn how ethical, legal, social, economic and political factors influence the provision and development of services; and gain the critical and analytical skills that underpin evidence-based practice.
How is the course assessed?
Modules & Units
Dissertation (40 credits) Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care (20 credits) Life Cycle Perspectives on Quality of Life (20 credits) The Sociology of Health and Illness (20 credits) Mental Health and Reflective Practice (20 credits)