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Combined Social Sciences B69

  1. 1. BA or BSc (Hons) Combined Social Sciences (B69) – suggested pathways October or February May start: May start: May start: start: This course is an ideal Covers the same Gives you a general Gives you a general introduction to the curriculum as DD101 introduction to the introduction to the social sciences but allows you to work social sciences whilst social sciences and is through study of at a more gradual pace allowing you to focus a good preparation if contemporary UK on psychology you would like to study society. economics Introducing the social Introducing the social Introducing the social Introducing the social sciences sciences – part one sciences – part one sciences – part one (DD131) 30 credits (DD131) 30 credits (DD131) 30 credits (DD101) 60 credits Introducing the social Discovering psychology You and your money: sciences – part two (DSE141) 30 credits personal finance in (DD132) 30 credits context, (DB123) 30 credits 60 credits from the following optional level 1 modules: An introduction to business studies, (B120) 30 credits Level 1 Introduction to counselling*, (D171) 15 credits An introduction to health an social care, (K101) 60 credits Contemporary Wales*, (D172) 15 credits Discovering psychology, (DSE141) 30 credits English for academic purposes online, (L185) 30 credits Environment: journeys through a changing world, (U116) 60 credits Ethics in real life*, (A181) 15 credits Exploring sport online, (U164) 10 credits Make your experience count, (U122) 30 credits Rule, rights and justice: an introduction to law, (W100) 60 credits Starting with maths*, (Y162) 10 credits Starting with psychology*, (Y183) 15 credits The arts past and present, (AA100) 60 credits Collect your Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences (C95) A new 60-credit module planned for October 2012 (DD206) 60 credits 60 credits from the following optional level 2 modules: Counselling: exploring fear and sadness, (D240) 30 credits Level 2 Economics and economic change, (DD202) 60 credits Environment, (U216) 60 credits Exploring psychology, (DSE212) 60 credits International development: challenges for a world in transition, (U213) 60 credits Living in a globalised world, (DD205) 60 credits Personal investment in an uncertain world, (DB234) 30 credits Power, dissent, equality: understanding contemporary politics, (DD203) 60 credits Sociology and society, (DD201) 60 credits Welfare, crime and society, (DD208) 60 credits Collect your Diploma of Higher Education in Combined Social Sciences (E75) 120 credits from the following optional level 3 modules: A world of whose making? (DU301) 60 credits Cognitive psychology, (DD303) 60 credits Crime and justice, (DD301) 60 credits Level 3 Doing economics: people, markets and policy, (DD309) 60 credits Earth in crisis: environment policy in an international context, (DU311) 60 credits Living political ideas, (DD306) 60 credits Making social worlds, (DD308) 60 credits Personal lives and social policy, (DD305) 60 credits Social psychology: critical perspective on self an others, (DD307) 60 credits Collect your BA or BSc (Hons) in Combined Social Sciences (B69)* You may not count more than 30 credits from 10- or 15- credit modules towards your qualification

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