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BA (Hons) Child and Family: Health and Wellbeing (part-time)

Responding to the pressing need for a high-quality, well-resourced public health system due to significant pressure on family support services, the course equips students with the knowledge and skills for providing the best possible start in life and holistic support for families. It prepares students for a career in the wellbeing, health, social, and voluntary sectors. Enjoy the flexibility to study fully online or a blended approach to suit your location and learning preferences.

BA (Hons) Child and Family: Mental Health (part-time)

Whether you work within or with the Education, Health, Social Care, or Voluntary sector, our innovative, flexible, and applied degree is ideal for you if you are passionate about actively supporting the mental health of children, families, and communities. Enjoy the flexibility to study fully online or a blended approach to suit your location and learning preferences.

BA(Hons) Early Childhood (part-time)

This offers you the chance to combine your study with work and family commitments. You might be an early years educator, parent, grandparent or health worker, or simply wish to extend your knowledge and understanding about Early Childhood. Our degree helps you to develop a range of academic, professional and key skills.

See also BA(Hons) Early Childhood Top-Up (part-time)

BA (Hons) Counselling and the Psychotherapeutic Relationship (part-time)

A four-year, part-time degree that helps you develop your academic, professional and personal skills in the Counselling field. Adapting a Humanistic and Relational core model, this course introduces a broad range of approaches and prepares you to work flexibly and thoroughly with clients.

BA (Hons) Classics (part-time)

A flexible part-time programme enabling you to study at your own pace. The Department of Classics and Ancient History offers three degrees that can be studied part-time, and are designed to reflect your interests:

  • Classical Civilisation
  • Ancient History and Classical Archaeology
  • Classics

BA (Hons) History (part-time)

A flexible part-time programme which offers a broad introduction to the study of history by drawing on the strengths not only of the history department, a leading national department with expertise in a broad range of periods, but also of other departments which teach historical subjects.

BA (Hons) French Studies (part-time)

A flexible part-time degree which offers an in-depth, multidimensional knowledge not only of French language but also of French and francophone literature, culture, society, and politics.

BA (Hons) English and Cultural Studies (part-time)

A flexible part-time degree which offers the opportunity for a broadly-based study of English and culture. This degree also offers an excellent opportunity to develop foreign language skills.

BA (Hons) Social Work - Degree Apprenticeship

Study alongside work, with one day per week studying. Throughout your degree, you'll be employed by your current employer working as an apprentice social worker. Applications are made via your employer.

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