James Watt College

HNC Social Sciences

James Watt College
In Greenock and Kilwinning

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Typology HNC
Location At 2 venues (Scotland)
Description

This course will develop your analytical, writing and research skills in the fields of history, sociology, psychology and politics. It may also enable students to progress onto degree level studies or employment.

Facilities (2)
Where and when
Starts Location
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Greenock
James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education Finnart Street, PA16 8HF, Renfrewshire, Scotland
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Kilwinning
James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education North Ayrshire Campus Lauchlan Way, KA13 6DE, North Ayrshire, Scotland
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Starts On request
Location
Greenock
James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education Finnart Street, PA16 8HF, Renfrewshire, Scotland
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Starts On request
Location
Kilwinning
James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education North Ayrshire Campus Lauchlan Way, KA13 6DE, North Ayrshire, Scotland
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To take into account

· Requirements

One Higher Grade pass (preferably in English or a social science subject). Applicants will be asked to write a short essay when they attend an information session.

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Course programme

HNC Social Sciences

Course Aims:
This course will develop your analytical, writing and research skills in the fields of history, sociology, psychology and politics. It may also enable students to progress onto degree level studies or employment.

Course Content:
Sociology. Psychology. Politics. History. Research & Methodology. Graded Unit.

Progression Opportunities:
Students can go on to study HND Social Sciences or university degrees in a range of social science subjects.

Career Potential:
Students with qualifications in social sciences subjects can progress onto a range of careers including; teaching, lecturing, social work, administration, the media, research, local government, human resource management, careers advice and librarianship.

Course Assessment:
The course is assessed by a range of unit assessments including closed-book examinations, projects, reports and essays.


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