Stow College

Womens Studies: Diploma

Stow College
In Glasgow

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Typology Vocational qualification
Location Glasgow (Scotland)
Duration 2 Years
  • Vocational qualification
  • Glasgow (Scotland)
  • Duration:
    2 Years
Description

This SQA course offers an opportunity to explore in more depth the issues affecting women in modern society. Open to both women and men, the course is suitable for those working, or seeking work, in related fields or those with an interest in this area.

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Glasgow
43 Shamrock Street, G4 9LD, Glasgow, Scotland
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Glasgow
43 Shamrock Street, G4 9LD, Glasgow, Scotland
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· Requirements

Two Highers at grade C or above if recent school leaver. Relevant paid or unpaid work experience and evidence of ability to work at HN level for those over 21. Alternatively an appropriate range of SQA NC modules or NQ units. Entry by informal interview.

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Course programme



Womens Studies: Diploma

Course Description
This SQA course offers an opportunity to explore in more depth the issues affecting women in modern society. Open to both women and men, the course is suitable for those working, or seeking work, in related fields or those with an interest in this area.

Preferred Entry Requirements
Two Highers at grade C or above if recent school leaver. Relevant paid or unpaid work experience and evidence of ability to work at HN level for those over 21. Alternatively an appropriate range of SQA NC modules or NQ units. Entry by informal interview.

Course Duration
Course Duration: 2 academic years
Start Date: Aug-09
End Date: Jun-11
Hours per week: 3 hours (1 evening)

Course Content
The course covers theories of gender in sociology and psychology, womens reproductive and mental health and womens history. A research project provides the opportunity to investigate further areas of particular interest.

Progression
Full time study on HNC/HND Social Science or at university depending on previous qualifications and experience. Employment in voluntary/public sector.

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