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This exciting programme explores disability as an equal opportunities issue by focusing on contemporary organisations and institutionalised practice.
Whether you’re a service provider, practitioner or policy maker who wants to bring theory and practice together, or you’re planning a career in the field of disability, in this course you’ll explore a range of disability-related issues from theoretical and practical perspectives.
Our core modules allow you to explore the frontiers of research in this rapidly developing field, and focus on social policy for disabled people in education, benefits, housing, transport, employment, health and social support services, as well as recent developments in social research on disability. You’ll also choose from optional modules to focus on the topics that
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A bachelor degree (hons) with a 2:1 or non-UK equivalent in a social sciences, humanities or related discipline.
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