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Holy Cross Sixth Form College and University Centre

Early Childhood and History

UCAS Code: 2FH8

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

96

Minimum of 96 UCAS tariff points required, although an alternative entrance assessment may be offered following an initial advice session with a member of our team.

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2019

TASTER EVENINGS
Wednesday 3rd April History
Tuesday 4th June Early Childhood

**PLACES STILL AVAILABLE!!**

This 3 year degree is validated and delivered by Liverpool Hope University through Holy Cross College in Bury.

This full time honours degree is taught via a combination of face-to face and online sessions. Usual attendance for taught sessions is up to 2 evenings per week from 6pm-9pm. It is also expected that students undertake online activities and independent study. As a full time student you should aim to study for about 35 hours a week during term time.

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Modules

Our Early Childhood course supports students to understand children's development, socially, physically and intellectually. It also focuses on the expertise of adults who work with young children and how these adults support and nurture children in different parts of the world. Key topics included in the Early Childhood course may include Constructs of Childhood; The Value of Play; Creativity; Holistic Development; Researching.

Studying History will give you the opportunity to learn how diverse individuals, communities and societies have experienced life in the past, and you will have a greater understanding of how those past experiences have helped to shape the present. You will be able to work with different forms of historical evidence; written, visual and physical and will become aware of the complex work involved in writing history in reconstructing the past.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£6,165
per year
England
£6,165
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,165
per year
Scotland
£6,165
per year
Wales
£6,165
per year

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Course location:

Holy Cross University Centre

Department:

University Centre

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