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Level 6

UCAS Code:H003
Institution Code:W46

This course is designed specifically to meet the needs of students who want to develop their own journey in knowledge and skills relating to health and well-being. As a part of Public Health this course supports career roles within the sector in relation to personal and community well-being. 

 

Students with interests in health intervention and promotion, including community health improvement may choose this degree to progress their career journey. 

 

The course has a mixture of theoretical and practical application including some work placements in order to develop professionalism and the ability to work in a multi disciplinary  environment; meeting this needs of individuals, groups and other professional.

 

The course will appeal to students from a broad range of backgrounds including science, health, social-care, fitness, physical activity and psychology.

 

UCAS Code:K001
Institution Code:W46

This course, set within the popular and innovative disciplines of psychology and criminology, is designed to introduce students to a range of key principles and ideas within the field. 

You will explore ideas of criminality, deviance and psychopathology, cover different aspects of psychology such as biological, cognitive, developmental and social psychology, and consider the social impact of deviance in youth. 

The course delves into social aspects of criminology and psychology, for example the social impact of crime on individuals and communities, social inequality, gender, age and sexuality, with links to the history of crime and criminality. The course provides an in depth look at human behaviour, including deviant behaviour and attitudes towards deviance over time. 

You will learn about a range of themes from criminology including victimology, cybercrime, terrorism and extremism, sex crimes and the role of the media in portraying crime, terrorism and deviance. 
As you progress through the degree, you will develop your academic and personal skills including research, critical thinking, time management, teamwork and self confidence in discussing challenging and – at times – controversial issues.


UCAS Code:P003
Institution Code:W46

This course is designed to introduce students to the key principles, ideas, and techniques within the subject of psychology. In the first year, students will be introduced to core topics such as biological, cognitive, developmental, and social psychology, as well as the fundamentals of conducting research in psychology. In the second year, alongside learning about subjects related to the different divisions of and careers within psychology, students will explore the topics introduced in the previous year in greater depth. In the third year, students will continue to develop subject-specific knowledge, covering topics such as abnormal psychology and individual differences, and apply their understanding of research methods and data analysis as they complete a piece of empirical research. Overall, the course will provide students with a comprehensive grounding in the subject of psychology and the ability to understand and conduct relevant research. As well as subject-specific knowledge, students will also develop general academic and personal skills such as critical thinking, time management, teamwork and presenting to an audience.

UCAS Code:K003
Institution Code:W46

This course explores the relationship between social behaviour and crime via a fusion of 2 fascinating disciplines. On this BSc degree, students will examine the perception of what is right or wrong, and how this has changed over time and between cultures. They will learn from expert tutors who provide links to government resources, criminal justice agencies and the media. A wide range of rewarding sociology and criminology-related careers await, including social and police work.

 

The course focuses on social aspects of criminology and sociology and an in depth look at human behaviour, including deviant behaviour and attitudes towards deviance over time. Students will learn about a range of themes from criminology including victimology, cybercrime, terrorism and extremism, sex crimes and the role of the media in portraying crime, terrorism, and deviance. 

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