Make a difference to individuals, families, and communities’ lives with a qualification in social work, health and social care or social welfare law.
You'll gain the knowledge and skills to turn your passion for social justice into impact. You'll learn to work with a wide range of groups such as older people, people with disabilities, people experiencing domestic violence, or people with debt, benefit, immigration, housing, substance misuse or consumer issues.
The Social Work BA (Hons) course prepares you for a career in the personal social services or more general health and social care welfare settings. Approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), successful completion of the course enables you to apply for registration with the HCPC and use the legally protected title 'social worker'.
The BA (Hons) Social Welfare Law, Policy and Advice Practice course equips you for a career in a wide range of settings, including Housing Associations, Local Government, Law Centres, and large voluntary and community sector organisations such as Save the Children, MIND, Shelter, Age UK or Citizens Advice.
The BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care course will develop the knowledge relevant to a productive future in the health and social care sectors. Employability skills are embedded throughout the course, with a clear focus on how studies can be applied within the workplace.