Duration: 34 weeks Full-time
Start date: 21st September 2016
End date: 16th June 2017
Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm (Friday 9.00am - 1.30pm)
Interview required: Y
Fee for 2016/2017 Academic Year:
£25 Student Amenities Fee paid at Registration Day
Students take the following compulsory modules at level 2: English Language, Maths 1, Introduction to Sociology and Maths 2. At level 3 students take any four of the following optional modules: E-Business, Social Policy, Applied ICT, Psychology, Research Methods, Anatomy and Physiology and Statistical Research with ICT.
A Certificate in Adult Learning exit award is available to students who leave early after completing the level 2 modules in the first year of the part-time programme; it is not available to full-time students.
Assessment focuses on written coursework assignments, oral presentations, writtem examination and class tests, in-class testing of laboratory skills, practical demonstrations, and project as appropriate to the modules.
Access courses are designed to prepare mature students who have few or no higher education entry level qualifications and address the particular needs of adults who may have left school early and been out of formal education for a number of years.
The aim of the course is to enable Mature students to study for a University Access Diploma in Social Science or Humanities. This will give students the opportunity to progress to higher education, or alternatively, to enhance their academic qualifications and consequently improve their career prospects. It is a modularised course and is set at A level standard. The modularised structure offers greater flexibility and is particularly important for mature students who have to fit their study around their commitments.