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BA Community Work

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  • Objectives
    The course gives you an understanding of the theory and practice of Community Work. The course is of particular interest to people from diverse educational backgrounds who have engaged in community-based voluntary work. Successful applicants will be committed to issues of social justice,anti-discriminatory practice and empowerment of others.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements: Our typical minimum entry requirements for applicants with A levels/AS levels/BTEC is 180 points. Applications from students with non-traditional qualifications are welcome.
  • Academic Title
    BA Community Work
  • Course description
    BA Community Work


    1st year overview

    Modules provide a theoretical and practical understanding of:

        * Social Science for Community Context
        * Social Policy and Practice
        * Communication Skills
        * Introduction to Youth and Community Work
        * Anti-Discriminatory Practice

    Students also complete an Introductory Placement (180 hrs in Semester B).

    2nd year overview

    You will study Youth Policy and Practice; Community Policy and Practice and Management. These modules lay the foundations for a full time, 12 week, advanced level placement between February and May.

    3rd year overview

    You will choose three specialist modules to develop areas of particular interest.You will also undertake an advanced research module to support a supervised action-research, practice relevant dissertation equating to two taught modules.

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