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The Access to Humanities and Social Sciences course comprises of subject units covering, Law, Psychology, Sociology, Literature, Ethics, Study Skills, An extended project, Politics, The Media, Anthropology, Social Inclusion and Literature Analysis. The programme is taught through a variety of lectures, seminars, group discussions, laboratory demonstrations, groups and independent presentations.
Aims of the course
To prepare students for HE study based in Humanities and Social Sciences
Law, media, psychology, study skill, sociology English literature
Essays, Reports, Presentations, Case Study Analysis and Role Plays, timed exams
Having successfully completed this qualification, you may wish to pursue a degree related to Humanities or Social Sciences
Humanities and Social Sciences? Requiring a Degree:
English Literature, History, Criminology, Psychology, Law, Sociology, Social Policy, Social Anthropology, Media Studies, Journalism, Law and a wide range of combined degrees
5 GCSEs A to C including English and maths plus an initial assessment that indicates an appropriate level of English and mathematical ability, an interview and a satisfactory reference.
The programme is taught through a variety of lectures, seminars, group discussions, group and independent presentations. The course also will use blended learning environments and Google Classroom
Process for Application
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