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Thursday, 5 September 2013

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BA/Bsc Combined Studies Degree Programs

BA / BSc (Hons) Combined Studies Degree Programme in Social Sciences, Humanities and Professional Development

UCAS course codeY001.
Note: this is a generic code for all the degrees in this programme. You can apply using this code and choose subjects on enrolment, or apply with the specific codes on UCAS
Entry requirementsAny of:
80 UCAS points OR Access course OR Professional Standing
OR Interview
DeliverySeptember and January intakes.
Study full-time (3 years) or part-time (6 years).
Attendance is normally for one or two days, some evening delivery. The spread of days depends on subjects chosen.

Is this course for you?
Broaden your horizons and opportunities with this flexible programme that provides over sixty different degree titles.

Subjects in the Combined Studies Degree Programme:
  • Business, Organisational   
  • Behaviour and Coaching
  • Counselling Studies
  • Law
  • Professional Development
  • English (Lang and Lit)
  • Psychology
  • Sociology 
  • Education Studies
Increasingly, employers are interested more in what students can do rather than simply what they know and this quality, sometimes called 'graduateness' is at the heart of this Combined Studies programme. Most careers depend less on the specific subject studied and more on the abilities, attitudes and experience that the graduate brings. See for further information.

What will you learn? 
At level four you take three subjects and develop core educational and employment skills in effective studying, critical thinking and the use of IT. At levels five and six you focus on two subjects and these form the basis of your named award. You can take the two subjects as a major (75%) and minor (25%) combination or two equals (50%). For example you take a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology and graduate BSc (Hons) Psychology with Sociology, or you take equals in English and Education Studies and graduate BA (Hons) English and Education Studies.
Level 4Study Skills, Critical Thinking, Computer Tools + 3 subjects
Level 52 subjects + Research Methods
Level 62 subjects  + Dissertation

Step up by…
Guaranteed place on the course for students who meet the entry requirements and successfully complete any of these courses offered by the College: Access to HE in Business, Care, Counselling, Health Science, Health, Social Care and Early Years, Social Science, Social Work; ‘A’ Level in Business, Citizenship, Economics, English, Gov’t and Politics, History, Law, Psychology, Sociology; Advance Diploma in Society, Health and Development; BTEC in Business, Care.  Note: There is no requirement for prior study in any of the subjects prior to starting them.

Validated by The Open University with four commendations from the OU including meeting diverse needs of students, providing support where it is needed, and the imaginative use of the VLE.


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