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Access to Higher Education Diploma (Social Science and Humanities)

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  • 360 Guided learning hours
  • 12 months
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Overview

Studying Social Science and Humanities covers a wide spectrum of subjects focusing on everything from human society and social relationships, to human culture.

Across the globe, many sectors require an understanding of different cultures meaning the career prospects are vast covering a varied range of industries. From local government and civil service, to voluntary and charity sectors, studying social science and humanities opens the door to endless possibilities.

Access to Higher Education Diploma (Social Science and Humanities)

Assessment

After each graded and ungraded unit there will be an assignment which needs to be completed and submitted online to your assessor for marking. You'll find 'assessment planners' included within the course materials for each unit; these are designed to help you to complete the relevant assignment. Your assessor will be responsible for marking your assignments and giving you with feedback about the work you've produced, and how you can improve.

The assignments contain one or a combinations of 2 tasks that you need to complete. As an example this could be any combination of a short series of questions, an essay, an academic report or a presentation. Learners must work their way through their ungraded and graded course units and attempt to get as many “Distinction” credits as possible. These are important as a minimum amount maybe specified in your university degree entrance criteria.

This method of continual assessment ensures that your assessor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the duration of the course. You should allow at least 1 - 2 hours of study to complete each question paper. The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is 360 hrs.

Modules

  • Module 1: Preparing to study
  • Module 2: Academic writing skills
  • Module 3: Preparing a written assignment
  • Module 4: Independent research
  • Module 5: The origins of the welfare state
  • Module 6: Progressing to Higher Education
  • Module 7: Political parties
  • Module 8: Prime ministers, ministers & civil servants
  • Module 9: Britain & Europe
  • Module 10: Introduction to psychology
  • Module 11: The brain & nervous system
  • Module 12: Introduction to cognitive psychology
  • Module 13: Introduction to sociology
  • Module 14: Sociology of education
  • Module 15: Understanding crime & deviance
  • Module 16: Industrial change in Britain 1700-1850
  • Module 17: Imperialism in the late 19th century
  • Module 18: Introduction to political ideologies
  • Module 19: Social change in Britain 1914-1939
  • Module 20: Public health during the 18th & 19th centuries

Requirements

All learners starting an Access to Higher Education Diploma must have a GCSE in Maths and English (or equivalent qualification), a relevant NVQ at level 2 or above and aspire to study a related degree at university.

Access to Higher Education Diplomas fulfil entry criteria for a broad range of university degrees and can be used in conjunction with the standard UCAS application process. In short, Access to Higher Education Diplomas have a track record of helping learners get to the university and degree of their choice. Learners must bear in mind each University has their own set of admission criteria and places are subject to demand. Varying admission criteria can include but are not limited to the following:

  • Number of credits to be attained at Merit or Distinction level.
  • Successfully passing a face-to-face interview at the University.
  • Passing a Universities proprietary literacy and numeracy assessments.
  • Completion of specified work placements or work experience.
  • We strongly recommend learners starting an Access to Higher Education Diploma have a GCSE Grade A – C in Maths and English (or equivalent Level 2 such as Functional Skills/Key Skills etc.) OR a full L2 NVQ qualification in a related subject.

Each learner must undertake their own research to ensure their diploma is properly specified and gives them the best possible chance of gaining entry to their university of choice. This research should be undertaken as soon as possible. learndirect will not be able to accept any liability for the inability of any Access to Higher Education Diploma learner failing to secure an offer from a Higher Education institution.

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  • 360 Guided learning hours
  • 12 months
  • Online

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DISCOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS COURSE
Buy 5 or more copies of this course to qualify for a bulk discount. Simply select the number of people who require training, and your discount will be applied when you check out.

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