BSc (Hons) Health and Wellbeing in Society

BSc (Hons) Health and Wellbeing in Society
Starts from:September 2022
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FSB CROYDON
THE CITYLINK WEST, 2 ADDISCOMBE ROAD, CROYDON, CR0 5TT, UNITED KINGDOM

FSB DIGBETH
84 BORDESLEY ST, BIRMINGHAM B5 5PN, UNITED KINGDOM

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Course Details

This single honors Health and Wellbeing in Society award provides the opportunity for students to understand and analyze contemporary developments relating to health and wellbeing and health and social care delivery to individuals and communities, through a range of multi-disciplinary approaches with particular consideration to the social and psychological influences on health. It will enable students to explore a range of health related themes and concerns as well as to develop essential employability skills.

  • Modules Studied

    Year 1 Modules (Level 4)

    Health and Welfare

    Personal and Academic Development

    Psychological & Sociological Theories of

    Health and Illness

    Health Improvement and Lifestyle

    Introduction to Social Research Methods

    Year 2 Modules (Level 5)

    Health and Disease in Communities

    Psychological Aspects of Health

    Social Aspects of Health & Illness

    Debates and Dilemmas in Health and

    Social Care

    Applied Social Research

    Year 3 Modules (Level 6)

    Health Promotion and Public Health

    Health and Wellbeing in Society Dissertation

    Gender, Health and Social Care

    Health and Social Care Management

    Mental Health and Wellbeing

    Health & Wellbeing in Professional Contexts

A range of summative assessment tasks will be used to test the Intended Learning Outcomes in each module. These are indicated in the attached assessment map which shows which tasks are used in which modules.

Students will be supported in their development towards summative assessment by appropriate formative exercises in each module.

 

Why choose this course

This single honors Health and Wellbeing in Society award provides the opportunity for students to understand and analyze contemporary developments relating to health and wellbeing and health and social care delivery to individuals and communities, through a range of multi-disciplinary approaches with particular consideration to the social and psychological influences on health. It will enable students to explore a range of health related themes and concerns as well as to develop essential employability skills.

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE MANAGEMENT:

  • Enhance knowledge of leadership and management skills and how these can be applied within a variety of sectors
  • Be familiar with the methods used to collect and interpret data and help you become an informed, independent and reflective practitioner through the development and application of practical research skills
  • Improve your ability to think logically, analyse problems and communicate effectively within the workplace
  • Prepare for employment in a wide range of contexts either within or without the field of health and social care or for further study
  • Enhance transferable skills that you can take forward into employment including problem-solving, decision-making, digital literacy and written, verbal and visual communication

 

Assuming that some of the students come from a variety of educational backgrounds and many have not completed traditional routes to higher education the College requires students to undertake tutorial sessions on study skills. Additional one to one support is provided to these students.

At FSB we welcome applicants from a wide range of backgrounds. If you have recently been in education or are returning after a long time, we would be more than happy to consider your application on an individual basis.

Application based on Previous qualifications:

If you are applying based on your previous qualifications, you will usually have achieved a minimum of 90 credits from a Level 3 qualification such as A Levels or BTECs

Mature learners (Aged 21+)

If you are applying as a mature learner (aged 21+) and do not have the above qualifications, you can apply via our assessment based entry and we will consider your prior experiences (work, voluntary, life, and other experiences) that are relevant to the course.

You will be required to complete the following:

  1. Provide a Personal Statement
  2. English Language Test (with a minimum 70% score, equivalent to IELTS 6.0)
  3. Math’s Test (Score 50%)
  4. Complete a SAPE Assessment (Screening for Accreditation of Prior Experience)
  5. Applicants will also be invited to attend an Interview

PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH OUR ADMISSIONS TEAM FOR MORE INFORMATION.