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Study Social Care at MMU in 2014


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A brief presentation describing the BA (Hons) Social Care programme at MMU

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Study Social Care at MMU in 2014

  1. 1. 11 Welcome to Manchester Welcome to Social Care
  2. 2. 22 BA (Hons) Social Care Year 1/Level 4 (Core) 4 UNITS •Mapping Social Care for Professional Practice •Social Policy for Contemporary Social Issues •Changing Communities/Challenging Practice •Communication for Social Care
  3. 3. 33 BA (Hons) Social Care Year 2/Level 5 (Core) 2 UNITS •Social Research Methodologies in Professional Practice •Social Care: Community, Work and Families
  4. 4. 44 BA (Hons) Social Care Year 2/Level 5 (Options) •Work Based Learning 1 •Social Care Campaign Planning •Current Theoretical and Practical Applications in Education •Language, Culture and Communication in Social Care •Communicating Care 1 •Managing Ourselves and Others •Learning Disabilities and Social Inclusion: Truth or Dare? •Social Work
  5. 5. 55 BA (Hons) Social Care Year 3/Level 6 (Core) 1 UNIT Independent Research Study for Social Care Year 3/Level 6 (Options) •Work Based Learning 2 •Corporate Social Responsibility in Policy and Practice •Contemporary Social Work Practice •Communication, Activism and Social Change •Contemporary Communities: Issues and Debates in Policy and Practice
  6. 6. 66 BA (Hons) Social Care Year 3/Level 6 (Options) •Law Breaking and the Criminal Justice System •Medical Technologies: The Body as Project •Disability: Perspectives Across The Life Course •Communicating Care 2 •Intersecting Gender and Sexuality for Social Care •Analysing Policy Responses to Issues in Social Care
  9. 9. 99 Teaching and Learning • Lectures and seminars in each unit • Flexibility and blended learning • Student centred approaches to teaching, learning and assessments • Moodle and e-learning • Work based learning (placements) • Research informed teaching
  10. 10. 10 Staff interests & some recent publications
  11. 11. 1111 Student Support • Academic tutors • Year tutors • Faculty student support officers • Programme Student Support Experience tutor • Access to a range of MMU services
  12. 12. 1212 Communication Keeping in touch
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  14. 14. Further information – Sophie Smailes- Admissions tutor 14