Southern Regional College

Part Time The Associate Bachelors Degree in The Humanities

Southern Regional College
In Armagh, Newry and Portadown

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location At 3 venues (Northern Ireland)
Start Different dates available
Description

Successful completion will allow students to progress to a final year in the Humanities on the Newry campus with the University of Ulster BA Hons modular degree in English/History or to the third year of other degree programmes at Newry Campus or other Universities and HE Institutions in NI and the UK. This course is suitable for This course is equivalent to the first two years of an honours degree programme and obtains entry to the third and final year of a range of degrees in the University of Ulster including the BA Hons modular degree taught by University of Ulster staff on the Newry campus as well as to other college Higher Education programmes. The AB degree awards 240 CAT points. Modules covered.

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Location

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Armagh (County Armagh)
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Lonsdale Building, College Hill, BT61 7HN

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Newry (County Down)
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East/West Buildings, Patrick Street, BT35 8DN

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Portadown (County Armagh)
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36 Lurgan Road, BT63 5BL

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Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

· Requirements

5 GCSEs (including Maths and English) and 1 'A' Level Grade E or above. The programme recognises a good pass in the Diploma in Adult Learning or moderate Leaving Certificate Points (including Maths and English). Other equivalencies will be considered at the discretion of the Course Director. Adult Returners with relevant experience and without academic qualifications will be considered at the discretion of the Course Director after consultation with the University of Ulster using APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning).

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What you'll learn on the course

Staff
Political Philosophy
English
Ethics
Modern Philosophy
Contemporary Philosophy
University
Part Time
Humanities

Course programme


THE ASSOCIATE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN THE HUMANITIES

Who is this course for?

This course is equivalent to the first two years of an honours degree programme and obtains entry to the third and final year of a range of degrees in the University of Ulster including the BA Hons modular degree taught by University of Ulster staff on the Newry campus as well as to other college Higher Education programmes. The AB degree awards 240 CAT points.

Modules covered include:
  • Communications in the Humanities
  • ICT in the Humanities
  • The New Age (Introductory Module)
  • The Modern State (Politics)
  • Literary Movements
  • The British Industrial Revolution
  • Historical Perspectives on Social Issues and Policies (Social and Economic History)
  • Research Methods
  • Communism in the 20th Century
  • Constructing Ireland (Literary Module)
  • Social Issues and Policies
  • Gas Men and Exiles (Literary Module)
  • Ireland in Transition (Economic History)

How long is this course for?
1 day or 2 evenings per week for 3 years

Attendance Part-Time
What can I do after the course?
Successful completion will allow students to progress to a final year in the Humanities on the Newry campus with the University of Ulster BA Hons modular degree in English/History or to the third year of other degree programmes at Newry Campus or other Universities and HE Institutions in NI and the UK.

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