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The School of Applied Social Sciences demonstrates excellence in teaching and learning and is proud of its reputation for producing highly employable and adaptable graduates. The school offers students an inter-disciplinary and applied approach to learning and has excellent links within the local community.
The school's ethos is based on:
- linking theory to policy, practice and experience
- community partnerships
- developing strong research skills
- developing knowledge in practical and organisational settings
- considering the increasingly complex relationship between local and global concerns.
It provides not just a degree but an applied degree.
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This level 7 course is for social workers, occupational therapists, nurses and psychologists who are working in the mental health services and looking for approval by a local authority to practise as an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP). Read more
Developed in reaction to the dominance of behaviourism and psychoanalysis, the humanistic paradigm emphasises the human capacity for self-determination. Read more
The Professional Social Work Practice PGCert supports the development of social workers in adult services who have recently qualified and registered, including those who are taking their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE). Read more
Based on the idea that mental illness is to some extent the result of repressed negative experience, psychodynamic counselling aims to expose the contents of a client's unconscious to make him or her aware of any underlying psychological conflicts. Read more
Are you considering a career as an academic or professional researcher? Are you a recent graduate who has already taken up a career but want to develop your research methods skills and practice? This masters-level course is designed to train you across social science disciplines in research methods skills and practice. Read more