You will need a minimum of one relevant Higher at Grade C or above, or a pass in a relevant NC course at SCQF Level 6 or equivalent. Applicants with appropriate experience or other training may be accepted without formal qualifications.
A place on this course is subject to an interview process.
Who is this course for?
Anyone who is interested in the study of human behaviour and the impact this behaviour has on the world around us.
Popular career choices include; central and local government, the voluntary sector, social welfare, public relations; education, finance, health and social care, all areas of the criminal justice system, the media, public services, and campaigning and research.
What subjects will I be studying?
During the course you will study the following subjects:
How many days will I be in college?
Normally 3/4 days, however you will be given your timetable when you attend your Induction Day.
How will I be assessed?
You will have continual assessments throughout the course and will sit a final exam (Graded Unit) at the end of the year.
What can I do next?
HND Social Sciences (SCQF Level 8) or progression to employment or university, which may include articulation arrangements with a variety of degree courses.
How do I fund my course?
Go online to www.saas.gov.uk. and apply for course funding, travel expenses and a student loan if you require one.
Alternatively complete the form below and our Admissions Team will contact you.
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