Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Applied Social Care
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This programme is approved by CORU
We live in a world of growing inequality and injustice. Do you want to change this? Social Care is a profession dedicated to changing peoples’ lives for the better so that they can be full and empowered participants in shaping their social world.
The BA (Hons) Applied Social Care degree is designed to enable graduates to make the world a better place for everyone, by empowering and enabling people, and by correcting the social injustices that exist in today's society. You will learn about the multiple causes of social oppression and ways of working with people with a variety of needs so they can be healthy, resilient and free contributors to a caring society.
Social care is about liberating people to achieve a better world. This degree is underpinned by an educational philosophy based on dialogue and lived experience. We have a dedicated full-time placement coordinator who works closely with students to ensure the best possible placement experience. Our small class sizes help enrich students’ understanding of what is involved in an authentic and therapeutic relationship driven by a person-centred approach toward independence and care.
Method of Delivery
Mode of Study
Why Study this course?
Students undertake work placement in year 2 and 3. There is a dedicated full-time placement coordinator who works closely with students to ensure the best possible placement experience
Our small class sizes help enrich student's understanding of what’s involved in an authentic and therapeutic relationship driven by a person-centred approach toward care
This programme is approved by CORU, which ensures graduates will be eligible for registration with the new Social Care Workers Register in Ireland