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Undergraduate modules

If you start a full-time degree or one of our part-time degrees, you can choose from the following optional modules.

If you start a 2+2 degree with us, the modules listed below are indicative of the kinds of choices you will have in your third and fourth years, when your studies transfer across to the University:

  • Health Welfare and Social Policy
  • Creativity: Myth, Madness and Play
  • Health in Society
  • Crime, Justice and Prevention
  • Contentious issues in Contemporary Society
  • Public Health Policy: Plague to Covid
  • Learning, Development and Special Educational Needs
  • Mindfulness in Lifelong Learning
  • Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring
  • Research Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Lifelong Learning
  • Food: Critical Perspectives
  • Widening Participation in Higher Education
  • Lifelong Learning Dissertation
  • Policy, Welfare and Social Security

Take a look at our module handbook for further information. CLL Module Guide 2021/22

Watch the video below where Social Studies teaching fellow Natalie Purnell introduces the new modules in 2022, including Crime, Justice and Prevention, Contentious issues in Contemporary Society and Health in Society.