Overview: 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.
Students will learn about key approaches in, and explanations of, health, well-being and social care in addition to developing personal transferable skills in team-working, problem-solving, communication and Information Technology. Students will also develop a sound and critical understanding of policy, theory and practice that impacts the health and social care sector on a regular basis.
A key aspect of the Programme is the strong emphasis on developing graduate skills which will be valued by potential employers. Employability is therefore a theme running throughout the Programme and to this end work-based experience is included in each year of the Programme.
Entry Requirements: Is 64 UCAS points, and we will also consider applications from mature students with industry experience or other accredited prior learning (APL). Our HE IELTS score entry requirements are 6.5
UCAS CODE: L591
L4 Modules: Professional Practice: Academic Skills Working in Organisations in Health and Social Care (Professional Practioner) Health Promotion and Family Legislative Practice for Health and social Care Social Care Perspectives, Health and Illness Concepts of Anatomy and Physiology
Assessment: We will always assess students through a variety of methods and learning styles, this includes assessments such as problem-based sheets, written submissions, practical assessments and presentations.
Fees: Ł7500 per year/level of study
This programme is approved by Hull College Group
Contact Hours: Timetabled sessions will be eight hours a week, there will be expected self-directed study and an additional commitment to practice which will equate to a total of 15 hours per week.
64 UCAS points, IELTS Score: 6.5 Although we use UCAS points as a guide for students coming straight from school or college, for us, what you've achieved in the past isn't nearly as important as what we believe you can achieve in the future and we excel at providing the support that helps students succeed, regardless of their previous academic background
In addition: Successful completion of a L3 qualification in an appropriate discipline and three GCSEs including Maths and English at C or above (or equivalent)