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BA (Hons) 2+2 Health and Social Policy

The BA (Hons) 2+2 Health and Social Policy degree is a specialised version of BA (Hons) 2+2 Social Studies. You would register for the first two years on the BA (Hons) Social Studies Degree and, providing you pass the modules at College, you may apply to change your degree registration at the start of Year three to BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy.
This course contains face-2-face elements, we welcome applications from anyone who will be able to commit to these sessions.
Our 2+2 students who wish to progress into teaching are supported by the Centre for Lifelong and the University. Students are guaranteed an interview for the Early Years or Primary Core (university-led) PGCE courses delivered in the Centre for Teacher Education as long as they achieve the entry requirements of the programme.

The BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy degree is a specialised variant of the Social Studies programme that focuses on a range of modules offered by the Centre for Lifelong Learning and the Department of Sociology and Politics and International Studies.

When starting your social studies degree, you might be uncertain which area to specialise in. However, you will not need to make this decision immediately. As this is a flexible degree, you spend the first two years on the social studies pathway and then make a decision about which subjects you would like to pursue at the end of year two.

You can find further information on the modules you will study here: Undergraduate Modules

Key facts

Starts: September 2022

Level: Undergraduate (level 6)

Length: 4 years (full-time)

Venue: Coventry College/University of Warwick

health and social policy

Finance information

See our finance information page for more information regarding financing your studies.

Have a look at our funding scenarios to see what support might be available for prospective students.

Success stories

"For years I wanted to do something else but had no idea what. I needed more of a challenge...”

Rachel, 2nd year