Undergraduate Health and Social Care Degrees

Get ready to plan and deliver effective support to individuals, families, and communities in any area of health and social care with our degrees.

Our Health and Social care degree covers all aspects of health and social care. You'll understand life development from birth to older adult and how external factors such as the environment, culture, and policy influence this development.

You'll see how health and social care services work with each other to provide care, and how research is carried out in these settings. You'll also develop core skills relevant to all health and social care areas, such as record keeping, safeguarding, and how you can affect the communication of others.

Courses

Facilities

Inspiration is in progress at Staffordshire University as we transform our Stoke-on-Trent campus and new Centres of Excellence of across Staffordshire.

The Beacon Building

A brand new building. It includes teaching spaces, IT labs, and a new cafe housed at the centre of the University's campus.


Specialist Facilities

We've invested £40 million in specialist laboratories, studios and updated social spaces. All to ensure you experience a balanced university life.


Cadman Studios

A brand new £11.5 million development. The Cadman Studios connects our new TV, Music Technology and Games Design facilities together. These include an Industry-standard television studio and control rooms, game motion capture studio and live music rooms built in acoustic boxes.


Halls of Residence

Your home from home. If you stay with us you'll stay in brand new facilities, social spaces and outside areas. Your new refurbished accommodation includes USB plugs, instant hot water boilers, outdoor pizza oven and Bluetooth kitchen speakers.


Careers

Our graduates have secured careers in Charitable Organisations, non-clinical Hospital departments and Education.

With over 350 different career opportunities within different health and social care settings this degree provides the underpinning skills and knowledge required for a wide variety of work in these sectors.

Employment Opportunities:

  • Public Sector Management
  • Private Sector Management
  • Working for charities
  • Research Centres
  • Public Health
  • Health Promotion
  • NHS support services
  • Social services
  • Local Authority
  • Education support

Guaranteed Work Experience

Who says students have never done a day's work? We provide the opportunity of work experience for all new students joining us in September.

This work experience may be closely linked to your course, or it could be a broader experience designed to develop your employability skills. Our commitment will give students the best possible mix of knowledge and experience.

Work Experience Opportunities:

Employability skills are embedded throughout the degree, with a clear focus on how the modules you study and any experiences you have gained can be applied to the workplace.

You'll undertake work experience in a related area in your second year of study. This will help to provide a clear direction of your progress and career progression upon completion of the degree.