This brand new Access to Community Development and Criminology course will introduce you to a range of social science subjects and subjects with a focus on working with Communities.
This is designed for adults returning to study after at least five years out of full-time education who wish to progress to university level study.
This course is ideal for anyone with an interest or background in community and youth work and with an interest in criminology and criminal justice. There is also an opportunity to study a range of interesting social science subjects.
Course subjects include:
NPA Criminology (made up of the following units: Criminology: Crime control strategies; Criminology: Nature and extent of crime; Crime in society); Psychology; Sociology; Politics; Modern studies; Working with communities: Values and principles; Working with communities: Youth work; Working with communities: Equality, diversity and inclusion; Working with communities: Sociological perspectives; Communication and literature (equivalent to higher English at C Pass); Numeracy.
Candidates must meet SWAP criteria. As there are no formal entry requirements, selection will be based on application form, interview (including written task), reference and evidence of academic potential.
HNC or HND level study at Glasgow Clyde College or other colleges.
Arts and social sciences degree, or a degree in primary education at University of the West of Scotland, Glasgow Caledonian University, University of Strathclyde, Stirling University or Open University.
Access to FE/HE