About the course
Social Enterprise and Creative Care provides the skills, knowledge and experience to work in a range of professional settings with young people, adults, families and communities. You can expect to study the following key topics:
- foundation for academic and professional practice;
- key elements of contemporary social policy, sociology and psychology;
- fundamental principles of professional practice;
- the organisation of human welfare and wellbeing;
- awareness of and engagement in the creative potentials of individuals and communities.
You'll have the opportunity to undertake work-based learning in your final year of study. And you'll gain what will become a well-regarded qualification with robust practice experience.
This is an interdisciplinary degree which draws on three principal academic areas - social policy, sociology and psychology.