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Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities)

This Course at a Glance

  • Study the human race and different cultures
  • Pursue careers that require knowledge of human behaviour
  • Develop creative thinking, writing and critical reading skills
  • Average completion time 9-12 months
  • Go to university without A Levels
  • Studied entirely online
  • No exams

About Your Diploma

If you find the history of people, language, and culture intriguing, you can study the origins of human communities around the world in one academic subject, and progress into a career that indulges these interests.

Humanities is a field of study that helps us understand how people all over the globe have made sense of the world over time. It does so by delving into the many moral, intellectual and spiritual perspectives different groups hold, to help us have a more informed view when we answer questions about the human race.

By completing an Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities) you will explore numerous aspects of human culture and behaviours, from crime and deviance to the impact social changes have had on societies.

You will cover political ideologies, the role the media plays in affecting human behaviours and shaping perspectives, as well as the devices used in oral and written texts internationally.

With all of this knowledge, you will be well equipped to obtain the qualifications that will allow you to enter jobs in the fields of arts, writing, psychology and politics.

In fact, as your Access to Higher Education Diploma qualification provides the equivalent of three A Levels, you can use this qualification to gain entry to your chosen university, should they accept them.

Getting Started

learndirect is a leading UK online learning provider. This Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities) is a Level 3 nationally recognised qualification regulated by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).

You have up to two years to complete this course, but the flexibility of online learning means most of our students finish their Access to Higher Education Diploma within 9 months. So, you can study from the comfort of home and around your existing commitments.

You will be provided with an Individual Learning Plan that outlines the submission deadlines for your assignments to keep you on track throughout your studies.

*Please note, entry requirements differ between universities. It’s always best to check with your chosen institution that your qualification will be accepted before enrolling on a course.

Modules

Unit 1: Social Media and the use and change in Language

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the use of language in social media
  • Understand the impact of social media on language

Unit 2: Analysing a Short Story

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand narrative techniques of a short story
  • Be able to analyse the use of language in a short story
  • Understand the influence of social and historical factors on the text of a short story

Unit 3: Film Adaptations

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand how to translate written narrative into film
  • Be able to produce a storyboard or script with reference to mainstream narrative film
  • Understand the translation of written word to visual representation
  • Understand the relative signification processes of written and film texts

Unit 4: Themes, Plotlines and Character development in Shakespearian Plays

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the main themes of a Shakespeare play
  • Understand the plot structure of a Shakespeare play
  • Understand character development and expression in a chosen Shakespeare play
  • Be able to analyse a Shakespeare play in terms of imagery, mood, and dramatic tension
  • Understand the social and historical context of a Shakespeare play

Unit 5: Male and Female Speech

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understanding the features of male and female speech
  • Understand theories and approaches of male and female speech

Unit 6: 18th and 19th Century Public Health

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand 18th Century urban development and public health
  • Understand public health issues in the 19th Century
  • Understand the attempts to manage public health issues during the 19th Century

Unit 7: 1914-1939 How Britain Changed

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the impact of World War 1 on society in Britain
  • Understand the state’s approach to unemployment, housing, and health issues during 1918 – 1939 and how these issues impacted on British society
  • Understand changes in British family life, and leisure during the period of 1918-1939

Unit 8: An Examination of British Industrial Change during the period of 1700 1850

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the pattern of industry and urban society during the period of 1700-1760
  • Understand industrial change in Britain c1760-1850
  • Understand the impact of industrial change in Britain by the year 1850

Unit 9: Theories of Late 19th Century Imperialism and its impact on Africa

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand some of the economic implications of late 19th Century imperialism
  • Understand the political and social theories of imperialism in the late 19th Century
  • Understand the impact of late 19th Century imperialism on Africa

Unit 10: Fundamentals of Political Ideology

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the key elements of a political ideology
  • Understand a range of different political ideologies
  • Understand the impact of political ideologies

Unit 11: Biological and Psychological approaches to Stress

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand potential physiological and psychological stress responses
  • Understand research into the link between stress and illness
  • Understand an example of psychological and biological stress reduction strategies

Unit 12: Interpersonal Relationships

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand theories of interpersonal relationships
  • Understand explanations relating to the stages of relationships using research
  • Understand the effects of interpersonal relationships on the individual

Unit 13: A Sociological Perspective of the Mass Media

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand power, ownership, and control of the mass media
  • Understand sociological perspectives of role of the mass media
  • Understand the concept of news as a social construct
  • Understand how the media presents stereotypes

Unit 14: Defining, Measuring and Explaining Poverty

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand different definitions of poverty
  • Understand poverty measurement methods
  • Understand the extent of poverty in the UK today
  • Understand different sociological explanations of poverty

Unit 15: Exploring Theories of Crime and Deviancy

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able explain of crime and deviance from a range of viewpoints
  • Understand the social structural theoretical basis of crime and deviance
  • Understand the media’s influence on perceptions of crime or deviance

Unit 16: Exploring The Analysis of a Novel

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to analyse the features of a novel
  • Be able to analyse a range of literary techniques in a novel
  • Be able to analyse the context of a novel

Unit 17: Exploring an Introduction to Psychological Research and Approaches

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand scientific research methods in the field of psychology
  • Understand different psychological approaches to explaining behaviour Understand ethical issues connected with psychological research

Unit 18: Planning and Writing an Assignment

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to select and assess appropriate source information in response to a task
  • Be able to reference sources used in a recognised style
  • Understand different reading strategies
  • Be able to take effective notes
  • Be able to plan, draft and produce a written assignment

Unit 19: Writing and Studying Academic Texts

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to write academically and with relevance
  • Be able to interpret and express ideas in a piece of academic work
  • Be able to analyse and summarise text, and appreciate the problems caused by plagiarism

 

Entry Requirements

You must hold Level 2 qualifications in both English and Maths, or be working towards them alongside studying your Access to Higher Education Diploma. You also need to have a UK address to enrol.

University Entry Criteria

It must be reiterated that each university will set its own admission criteria. So, you must check with your desired institution if your Access to HE Diploma and other qualifications will be accepted. In many cases, to get started at university you will need: - A certain number of credits passed with a merit or a distinction grade - A face-to-face interview at the university - Literacy and numeracy assessments provided by the university - Course-related work placements or work experience - GCSE Grade C/4 or above in Maths and English (or equivalent Level 2 such as Functional Skills/Key Skills, etc.) It is your responsibility to check that your Access to HE Diploma will be accepted as part of these entry requirements for your chosen degree. learndirect will not be held accountable if completing this Access to Higher Education Diploma doesn’t secure you a position with a higher education institution.

Minimum age restriction

Access to HE Diplomas are designed to support students to progress to university who have substantial experience of life outside of formal education which they have gained since completing compulsory schooling.

Average completion timeframe

The average time it takes our learners to complete the course is 9-12 months.

Assessment requirements

A range of assessment methodologies are used, including: academic poster, academic report, essay, case study analysis, journal article, portfolio, presentation (video and audio recording), research report, academic writing skills tasks

Exams required

There are no exams included in the assessment of the course.

Is Membership Required?

 

No membership is required to enrol on this course.

Additional requirements

Learners must be actively studying for a minimum of six months before results can be ratified and certificates ordered. The six month period does not start until you have passed unit 2 of your course and you must be submitting assignments regularly (in line with the deadlines in your Individual Learning Plan) to meet this six month requirement. Certificates can only be issued once your course is paid for in full.

Certification Timeframe

You can expect to receive your certificate 12-16 weeks from your final assignment being marked and graded, depending on the time of year. You will be provided with regular updates throughout the certification process so that you are fully informed of your individual timeframes.

Course Fees

All course fees, inclusive of all payment plans including our Premium Credit Limited option, must be settled before certification can be ordered.

*You will have access to the course for 24 months.

A range of units make up this qualification, with an assignment at the end of each. You will submit your work to your tutor for marking and tailored feedback. You must acquire 60 credits in total in order to achieve the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities). Of these credits, 45 will be taken from graded units which focus on the academic subject areas included in the course. The remaining 15 come from ungraded units included to help you to improve your academic writing and study skills.

As part of your programme you will also receive help as well as guidance on your university application and the research you need to do to get the most out of your diploma.

Skills & Education Group Access

Skills & Education Group Access logo

On successful completion of the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities), (QAA ref = 4001440X), you will receive a Skills & Education Group Access, QAA recognised, Access to Higher Education Diploma at Level 3. As part of your programme, you will also receive help as well as guidance on your university application and the research you need to do to get the most out of your diploma.

An access validating agency with a strong social purpose to recognise achievement, particularly for those who have benefited least from their previous educational experiences, Skills and Education Group Access supports the needs of learners, providers, businesses and communities by enabling progression into higher education.

With the breadth of knowledge and transferable skills you will gain in your Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities) and a subsequent degree in humanities, you will be well equipped for a host of fascinating careers that rely on your understanding of people.

Besides your insight into the way people think and operate, you will have gained a rhetoric education that will have equipped you with many desirable skills. This includes the ability to write and speak well, form persuasive arguments, be able to create effective written pieces and presentations, have logical thinking and confidence in building cases on controversial subjects.

Your qualifications, coupled with these skills can help you pursue a career as a:

  • Teacher
  • Social Researcher
  • Lawyer
  • Public Administrator
  • Journalist
  • People Professional
  • Museum Education Officer
  • Librarian
  • Linguist
  • Lobbyist

Further Qualifications and Prospects

As in any career, there is always additional learning you can undertake to progress or move into a specialist area. Depending on the career path you work towards with your humanities degree, you could advance your skills with courses in:

  • Criminal Psychology
  • The People Profession
  • Freelance Journalism
  • Understanding Body Language
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Foundations of English Law
  • Education and Training

Should you decide to embark on postgraduate studies in Humanities, you could even become a lecturer of the subject yourself in universities.

Frequently Asked Questions

This is an Access to Higher Education Diploma which has been designed to help you study a humanities-related degree without A-Levels.
With an Access to Higher Education Diploma in Humanities UK, you can study a variety of degrees, including English, history, philosophy, theology and religious studies, cultural studies, media studies, art history and more. The specific degrees that you are eligible for will depend on the individual university or college. It is important to contact the universities or colleges that you are interested in to find out more about their entry requirements.
Yes, jobs in the humanities have good prospects. The humanities are the study of human culture, history, and philosophy, as such they help us to understand ourselves and the world around us. Humanities graduates are in high demand in a variety of industries, including education, media and communications, business and management, government and public service, law and social justice, arts and culture, research and academia. Humanities graduates are also well-suited for careers in fields such as technology, healthcare, and international development.
Yes, our access courses are all 100% online.
You don’t need any qualifications to enrol on your access course, but you will need English and Maths GCSEs by the time you apply to university. This is so you can meet the Level 2 entry requirements. Our Functional Skills Level 2 courses are the perfect swift alternative if you don’t have these GCSEs and can easily be studied alongside your humanities diploma.
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Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities)

This Course at a Glance

  • Study the human race and different cultures
  • Pursue careers that require knowledge of human behaviour
  • Develop creative thinking, writing and critical reading skills
  • Average completion time 9-12 months
  • Go to university without A Levels
  • Studied entirely online
  • No exams

About Your Diploma

If you find the history of people, language, and culture intriguing, you can study the origins of human communities around the world in one academic subject, and progress into a career that indulges these interests.

Humanities is a field of study that helps us understand how people all over the globe have made sense of the world over time. It does so by delving into the many moral, intellectual and spiritual perspectives different groups hold, to help us have a more informed view when we answer questions about the human race.

By completing an Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities) you will explore numerous aspects of human culture and behaviours, from crime and deviance to the impact social changes have had on societies.

You will cover political ideologies, the role the media plays in affecting human behaviours and shaping perspectives, as well as the devices used in oral and written texts internationally.

With all of this knowledge, you will be well equipped to obtain the qualifications that will allow you to enter jobs in the fields of arts, writing, psychology and politics.

In fact, as your Access to Higher Education Diploma qualification provides the equivalent of three A Levels, you can use this qualification to gain entry to your chosen university, should they accept them.

Getting Started

learndirect is a leading UK online learning provider. This Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities) is a Level 3 nationally recognised qualification regulated by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).

You have up to two years to complete this course, but the flexibility of online learning means most of our students finish their Access to Higher Education Diploma within 9 months. So, you can study from the comfort of home and around your existing commitments.

You will be provided with an Individual Learning Plan that outlines the submission deadlines for your assignments to keep you on track throughout your studies.

*Please note, entry requirements differ between universities. It’s always best to check with your chosen institution that your qualification will be accepted before enrolling on a course.

Modules

Unit 1: Social Media and the use and change in Language

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the use of language in social media
  • Understand the impact of social media on language

Unit 2: Analysing a Short Story

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand narrative techniques of a short story
  • Be able to analyse the use of language in a short story
  • Understand the influence of social and historical factors on the text of a short story

Unit 3: Film Adaptations

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand how to translate written narrative into film
  • Be able to produce a storyboard or script with reference to mainstream narrative film
  • Understand the translation of written word to visual representation
  • Understand the relative signification processes of written and film texts

Unit 4: Themes, Plotlines and Character development in Shakespearian Plays

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the main themes of a Shakespeare play
  • Understand the plot structure of a Shakespeare play
  • Understand character development and expression in a chosen Shakespeare play
  • Be able to analyse a Shakespeare play in terms of imagery, mood, and dramatic tension
  • Understand the social and historical context of a Shakespeare play

Unit 5: Male and Female Speech

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understanding the features of male and female speech
  • Understand theories and approaches of male and female speech

Unit 6: 18th and 19th Century Public Health

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand 18th Century urban development and public health
  • Understand public health issues in the 19th Century
  • Understand the attempts to manage public health issues during the 19th Century

Unit 7: 1914-1939 How Britain Changed

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the impact of World War 1 on society in Britain
  • Understand the state’s approach to unemployment, housing, and health issues during 1918 – 1939 and how these issues impacted on British society
  • Understand changes in British family life, and leisure during the period of 1918-1939

Unit 8: An Examination of British Industrial Change during the period of 1700 1850

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the pattern of industry and urban society during the period of 1700-1760
  • Understand industrial change in Britain c1760-1850
  • Understand the impact of industrial change in Britain by the year 1850

Unit 9: Theories of Late 19th Century Imperialism and its impact on Africa

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand some of the economic implications of late 19th Century imperialism
  • Understand the political and social theories of imperialism in the late 19th Century
  • Understand the impact of late 19th Century imperialism on Africa

Unit 10: Fundamentals of Political Ideology

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand the key elements of a political ideology
  • Understand a range of different political ideologies
  • Understand the impact of political ideologies

Unit 11: Biological and Psychological approaches to Stress

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand potential physiological and psychological stress responses
  • Understand research into the link between stress and illness
  • Understand an example of psychological and biological stress reduction strategies

Unit 12: Interpersonal Relationships

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand theories of interpersonal relationships
  • Understand explanations relating to the stages of relationships using research
  • Understand the effects of interpersonal relationships on the individual

Unit 13: A Sociological Perspective of the Mass Media

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand power, ownership, and control of the mass media
  • Understand sociological perspectives of role of the mass media
  • Understand the concept of news as a social construct
  • Understand how the media presents stereotypes

Unit 14: Defining, Measuring and Explaining Poverty

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand different definitions of poverty
  • Understand poverty measurement methods
  • Understand the extent of poverty in the UK today
  • Understand different sociological explanations of poverty

Unit 15: Exploring Theories of Crime and Deviancy

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able explain of crime and deviance from a range of viewpoints
  • Understand the social structural theoretical basis of crime and deviance
  • Understand the media’s influence on perceptions of crime or deviance

Unit 16: Exploring The Analysis of a Novel

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to analyse the features of a novel
  • Be able to analyse a range of literary techniques in a novel
  • Be able to analyse the context of a novel

Unit 17: Exploring an Introduction to Psychological Research and Approaches

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand scientific research methods in the field of psychology
  • Understand different psychological approaches to explaining behaviour Understand ethical issues connected with psychological research

Unit 18: Planning and Writing an Assignment

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to select and assess appropriate source information in response to a task
  • Be able to reference sources used in a recognised style
  • Understand different reading strategies
  • Be able to take effective notes
  • Be able to plan, draft and produce a written assignment

Unit 19: Writing and Studying Academic Texts

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to write academically and with relevance
  • Be able to interpret and express ideas in a piece of academic work
  • Be able to analyse and summarise text, and appreciate the problems caused by plagiarism

 

Entry Requirements

You must hold Level 2 qualifications in both English and Maths, or be working towards them alongside studying your Access to Higher Education Diploma. You also need to have a UK address to enrol.

University Entry Criteria

It must be reiterated that each university will set its own admission criteria. So, you must check with your desired institution if your Access to HE Diploma and other qualifications will be accepted. In many cases, to get started at university you will need: - A certain number of credits passed with a merit or a distinction grade - A face-to-face interview at the university - Literacy and numeracy assessments provided by the university - Course-related work placements or work experience - GCSE Grade C/4 or above in Maths and English (or equivalent Level 2 such as Functional Skills/Key Skills, etc.) It is your responsibility to check that your Access to HE Diploma will be accepted as part of these entry requirements for your chosen degree. learndirect will not be held accountable if completing this Access to Higher Education Diploma doesn’t secure you a position with a higher education institution.

Minimum age restriction

Access to HE Diplomas are designed to support students to progress to university who have substantial experience of life outside of formal education which they have gained since completing compulsory schooling.

Average completion timeframe

The average time it takes our learners to complete the course is 9-12 months.

Assessment requirements

A range of assessment methodologies are used, including: academic poster, academic report, essay, case study analysis, journal article, portfolio, presentation (video and audio recording), research report, academic writing skills tasks

Exams required

There are no exams included in the assessment of the course.

Is Membership Required?

 

No membership is required to enrol on this course.

Additional requirements

Learners must be actively studying for a minimum of six months before results can be ratified and certificates ordered. The six month period does not start until you have passed unit 2 of your course and you must be submitting assignments regularly (in line with the deadlines in your Individual Learning Plan) to meet this six month requirement. Certificates can only be issued once your course is paid for in full.

Certification Timeframe

You can expect to receive your certificate 12-16 weeks from your final assignment being marked and graded, depending on the time of year. You will be provided with regular updates throughout the certification process so that you are fully informed of your individual timeframes.

Course Fees

All course fees, inclusive of all payment plans including our Premium Credit Limited option, must be settled before certification can be ordered.

*You will have access to the course for 24 months.

Excellent Marking

Assessment

A range of units make up this qualification, with an assignment at the end of each. You will submit your work to your tutor for marking and tailored feedback. You must acquire 60 credits in total in order to achieve the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities). Of these credits, 45 will be taken from graded units which focus on the academic subject areas included in the course. The remaining 15 come from ungraded units included to help you to improve your academic writing and study skills.

As part of your programme you will also receive help as well as guidance on your university application and the research you need to do to get the most out of your diploma.

Qualifications

Skills & Education Group Access

Skills & Education Group Access logo

On successful completion of the Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities), (QAA ref = 4001440X), you will receive a Skills & Education Group Access, QAA recognised, Access to Higher Education Diploma at Level 3. As part of your programme, you will also receive help as well as guidance on your university application and the research you need to do to get the most out of your diploma.

An access validating agency with a strong social purpose to recognise achievement, particularly for those who have benefited least from their previous educational experiences, Skills and Education Group Access supports the needs of learners, providers, businesses and communities by enabling progression into higher education.

With the breadth of knowledge and transferable skills you will gain in your Access to Higher Education Diploma (Humanities) and a subsequent degree in humanities, you will be well equipped for a host of fascinating careers that rely on your understanding of people.

Besides your insight into the way people think and operate, you will have gained a rhetoric education that will have equipped you with many desirable skills. This includes the ability to write and speak well, form persuasive arguments, be able to create effective written pieces and presentations, have logical thinking and confidence in building cases on controversial subjects.

Your qualifications, coupled with these skills can help you pursue a career as a:

  • Teacher
  • Social Researcher
  • Lawyer
  • Public Administrator
  • Journalist
  • People Professional
  • Museum Education Officer
  • Librarian
  • Linguist
  • Lobbyist

Further Qualifications and Prospects

As in any career, there is always additional learning you can undertake to progress or move into a specialist area. Depending on the career path you work towards with your humanities degree, you could advance your skills with courses in:

  • Criminal Psychology
  • The People Profession
  • Freelance Journalism
  • Understanding Body Language
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Foundations of English Law
  • Education and Training

Should you decide to embark on postgraduate studies in Humanities, you could even become a lecturer of the subject yourself in universities.

Frequently Asked Questions

This is an Access to Higher Education Diploma which has been designed to help you study a humanities-related degree without A-Levels.
With an Access to Higher Education Diploma in Humanities UK, you can study a variety of degrees, including English, history, philosophy, theology and religious studies, cultural studies, media studies, art history and more. The specific degrees that you are eligible for will depend on the individual university or college. It is important to contact the universities or colleges that you are interested in to find out more about their entry requirements.
Yes, jobs in the humanities have good prospects. The humanities are the study of human culture, history, and philosophy, as such they help us to understand ourselves and the world around us. Humanities graduates are in high demand in a variety of industries, including education, media and communications, business and management, government and public service, law and social justice, arts and culture, research and academia. Humanities graduates are also well-suited for careers in fields such as technology, healthcare, and international development.
Yes, our access courses are all 100% online.
You don’t need any qualifications to enrol on your access course, but you will need English and Maths GCSEs by the time you apply to university. This is so you can meet the Level 2 entry requirements. Our Functional Skills Level 2 courses are the perfect swift alternative if you don’t have these GCSEs and can easily be studied alongside your humanities diploma.
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Access to Higher Education Diplomas
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(National Average 78.4%)
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