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Access to Humanities & Social Science L3

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What will you be working towards?

Alternative Title Access to Higher Education Diploma: Humanities combined with Social Sciences
Code 62M530/AP-2021
Qualification Type Other Regulated/Accredited Qualification
Qualification Level Not Set
Course type Full Time

Overview

The core modules include English Literature, Sociology and Psychology. These modules encourage academic rigour and debate as students consider the use of language, the impact of society on the individual and the way in which individuals think. English Literature covers modern and classic texts, including Shakespeare, poems from the First World War, and One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. Sociology involves the study of competing theorists on the most influential aspects of sociology. This includes topics such as crime and deviance, the role of the media and an insight into the two most significant sociological theories of positivism and individualism. Psychology includes a range of academic topics, including criminal profiling, the way in which human behaviour is influenced by external factors and obedience and conformity. You will use a wide range of research methods to examine how psychologists have reached their conclusions.

Entry requirements

You must have a grade C/ grade 4 in GCSE English and maths, and pass our internal assessments in English and maths at interview. For English and maths you must be working at level 2 (GCSE level) in order to start the level 3 Access course. Entry to university may require GCSE English and maths.

Your next steps...

Our Access to Higher Education students have gone on to study degrees ranging from Psychology, Philosophy, Criminology and other degree programmes associated with Social Sciences. A higher education course could be your first step to a full degree course at university, offering you increased earning power and career prospects.

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