BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care

KEY COURSE INFORMATION
Course Title: BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care
Awarding Body: Staffordshire University
Provider Name: CECOS College London
Duration & Study Option: 3 Years Full Time
Location: Onsite
Intake: September
Overview

Course Details:

Units Details
The Health and Social Care Foundation Year is made up of six modules:
  • Developing Academic and Research Skills for Higher Education
  • Communicationand Employability Skillsfor Personal and Professional Development(and work experience)
  • Introduction to Health and Social Science
  • Health, Choice and the Lifespan
  • Introduction to Health and Social Care Policy
And in Year 1, 2, and 3 you shall be doing the following units:
Year 1 Compulsory Modules (L4 Certificate)
  • Communication Skills in Health and Social Care
  • An Introduction to Academic Study and Employability Skills for Health and Social Care
  • Human Growth and Development through a bio-psycho-social lens
  • The Context of Health and Social Care
  • Professional Issues in Health & Social Care (and work experience)
  • Introduction to Safeguarding Children and Adults
 Year 2 Compulsory Modules (L5 Diploma)
  • The Employable Graduate
  • Research Skills for Health and Social Care
  • Understanding Health & Social Care Organisations (and work experience)
  • Introduction to Public Health and Health Promotion
 
Optional Units
  • Dementia Awareness in Health and Social Care
  • Supporting individuals, families and households
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Perspectives
  • Basic Counselling Skills
 
Year 3 Compulsory Modules (L6 BSC (Hons)
  • Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Care
  • Extended Health and Social Care Study Project
  • Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care
  • Human Factors and Safe Practice in Health and Social Integrated Care
Optional Units
  • Specialist Care Skills: Youth Crime and Criminal Justice
  • Specialist Care Skills: Substance Use and Society
Specialist Care Skills: Housing, Homelessness and Supporting Multiple Disadvantage