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Professional Development (Health and Social Care) Top up Course

UCAS Code: V76B

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

Entry requirements


Five GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above, or equivalent, including English Language and Mathematics plus one of the following: A Levels (120 UCAS points) or equivalent vocational qualification, substantial work experience in the health and social care environment, or recent academic study at Level 3. Entry is welcomed from mature students with relevant experience in place of these qualifications, they may also have the opportunity to retake Maths and/or English whilst on the Foundation Degree. For application to the final level of study - the 'top up' year for the BA (Hons) Professional Development - learners need to have completed the FdSc Health and Social Care or a close equivalent at Foundation Degree level, or Level 5.

About this course


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Course option

1year

Full-time | 2019

Other options

2.0 years | Part-time | 2019

The rapidly changing health and social care sector within the UK both locally, regionally and nationally, requires individuals at all levels to be proactive, adaptable and flexible in order to be able to work effectively alongside a diverse range of other healthcare practitioners and to provide compassionate care to those who use the service. This professional development L6 top up degree provides a sound and critical understanding of health and social care policy, theory and practice.

The Uni


Course location:

Brannams Campus

Department:

Health and Social Care

TEF rating:

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