North Lindsey College
North Lindsey College
BSc Health and Social Care FT
This programme enables students who have undergone the FdSc in Health and Social Care to develop and complete a full degree. The aims are to prepare students to engage with wider responsibilities and decision making in order to develop senior or leadership and management roles within the health care sector. Students are also encouraged to engage with contemporary health and social care policy and to critically engage with local, national and international drives. The programme aims to allow for students to effectively work collaboratively as a member of the multi-agency team and to understand professional and organisational boundaries. The course will reflect on student’s experience and previous learning whilst developing critical analysis and synthesis of information in order to study for their independent module.
Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Care: Will allow for students to discuss modern societal changes to health and well-being considering our culturally diverse and ever changing local environment. Students will analyse societal attitudes and this has a demand on the system. Health Psychology: Will allow for students to develop in biological and cultural influences of health and illness and the conceptual tools used for individuals to identify with health beliefs and behaviours. Leadership and Change in Health and Social Care: Will allow for students to engage in depth with the leadership and management theory and to develop confidence with change management theory in the ever changing organisational environment. Independent Dissertation: Will be studied over the academic year and will be a topic of choice in liaison with your personal academic dissertation supervisor. Optional Modules: Includes a choice of either Older Adult Care or Integrated Approaches to Dual Diagnosis.
The requirements would be for the students to progress from the FdSc in Health and Social Care or equivalent.
Students may progress to a Masters Degree
Students will be assessed in a variety of ways including essays, presentations, case studies and dissertation.
Your Tuition fees cover the majority of costs associated with your programme (including registration, tuition and assessment.)
There may be some extra costs that you might need to make or choose to pay.
Books (you’ll have access to books from your module reading lists in the HE library, but you may want to buy your own copies
Printing and photocopying
If your programme includes a work placement, you may be required to pay for a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.