Childhood Studies and Disability Studies (Top-up) BA (Hons) (Kaplan)

UCAS code LXN3

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If you are interested in working with children, young people and families within social care, education or health settings, the flexible nature of Childhood Studies and Disability Studies BA (Hons) may be just what you are looking for. This Society Joint Honours degrees provide you with a unique opportunity to develop knowledge, insight and understanding in two subject areas that complement each other whilst exploring a range of career pathways.

Childhood Studies takes views of childhood and youth as a focus of critical enquiry. It encourages you to consider the potential of children and young people to actively contribute to society.

caption: Group work is a key element on our Childhood Studies and Disability Studies BA (Hons).Disability Studies was designed in collaboration with the Disabled People’s Movement. You will explore disabled peoples access to their communities as well as the implications of human rights legislation on disabled people.

The experiential nature of learning provided by this degree may include group work, project work, seminars, fieldwork and placements.

You will be taught by a diverse team of academics from a range of professional backgrounds, many of whom are national and international consultants, researchers and authors in their field.

In the 2014 National Students’ Survey (NSS) 85% of Society Joint Honours students said they were satisfied with the quality of their courses.

Research

Discover More (1)Our research, which aims to make a positive difference in the lives of disadvantaged individuals, groups and communities, is based on the belief that understanding their lives and circumstances, as well as how to overcome any challenges that they face, is often best generated by working collaboratively together.

 

Course info

UCAS Code LXN3

Level of Study Undergraduate

Mode of Study 3 years full-time

Department Social Work, Education & Community Wellbeing

Location Coach Lane Campus, Northumbria University

City Newcastle

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