Year 1: In the first year you will study: Community development and social action models; Local and global contexts; Practice methodology for community development and social action; Social theories 1;
Year 2: In the second year you will study: Lifelong learning and social change; Empowerment strategies and practice models; Organisation, planning and evaluation; Critical practice for empowerment; Social theories 2; Critical practice.
Year 3: In the third year you will study: Social theories 3; Research methods; Research project; Practice placement.
2023 entry requirements:
3 or 4 Highers at AAB or ABBB by the end of S6.
This is a work-based learning programme and therefore all applicants must have at least 12 hours per week of paid or voluntary work in the broad field of community development. Applicants with no formal qualifications are encouraged to apply on the premise that they have extensive experience within a community development setting.
Part time (work based)
College of Social Sciences
School of Education