HNC Social Sciences

HNC

Online

Price on request

Description

  • Type

    HNC

  • Methodology

    Online

Description

You must be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to complete and succeed in all aspects of the course.

About this course

  • 2 x SQA Highers at Grade B and C or above, 1 of which must be English or equivalent and 1 other relevant subject for example, RMPS, Psychology, Sociology,  Modern Studies, History, Geography, Science.

  • Entry is by interview, at which a written piece of work will be requested.

  • You must be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to complete and succeed in all aspects of the course.

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Subjects

  • IT

Course programme

On this course you will gain key knowledge about competing views, perspectives, theories and evidence from a variety of interesting social science subjects such as psychology, sociology and philosophy.


One academic year.

You will gain expertise and understanding related to the two core social science disciplines of psychology and sociology, in addition to other subjects such as philosophy and research methodology. You will evaluate and carry out research across these areas and gain awareness of the philosophical base that underpins these social sciences. You will be encouraged to develop a range of transferable skills such as critical and evaluative thinking, problem solving, communication and presentation skills. You will also develop core skills such as numeracy, teamwork and IT.

2 x SQA Highers at Grade B and C or above, 1 of which must be English or equivalent and 1 other relevant subject for example, RMPS, Psychology, Sociology, Modern Studies, History, Geography, Science.

With a vibrant, modern and innovative learning environment, the College is well equipped to ensure that students have the best facilities and resources to help develop their learning and skills. The College is an essential provider of a vast range of courses all focused on developing relevant skills for employment and to enhance current career prospects for those who are already working. For 2016-17 it was established that 86% of HN graduates at the College progressed into employment or further study.

HNC Social Sciences

Price on request