This course provides an introduction to several social science subjects, and considers how society, past and present, impacts the individual and how people can impact their surroundings.
A range of topics will be covered, these include personality and where it comes from, discussions on how the media, family and education influence people and the steps and processes undertaken at a crime scene by various professionals. It is hoped that the course will develop an understanding of how different social scientists attempt to explain the world that surrounds us.
The course includes National 4 level units in a selection of Social Sciences.
The range of subjects offered include the following:
Sociology, psychology, history, modern studies, criminology
No formal entry requirements. Interview and written test.
NC Social Science (Level 5) or other relevant courses at SCQF Level 5.