With this practical, two-year course, you'll get the skills and knowledge you need for a career in health and social care management.
Learn about the policies and practices top employers expect from their leaders, helping you take better care of individual people and communities.
Find out more about this degree in the programme specification.
In this course, you'll learn through academic study and work-based practice, including lectures, discussions, case studies and workshops.
You'll be marked on work experience, reports, presentations and timed tests and have constant one-to-one support from our academic staff.
Some modules have prerequisites. Read more about what this means in our Help and Advice article.
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To study this course you need:
You can apply without formal qualifications, but you'll need at least two years of relevant work experience.
You must meet the minimum English Language Requirements to join the course.
APL is the term used when you get credit towards your course for something you learned in the past. It means you might not need to study all of the course including a module or number of modules.
This can come from:
If you think you could get APL, contact our Admissions team.
The annual, full-time, fee for this course is:
Please note: Fees may be subject to change in the next academic year.
This information was correct at the time of publication.
Because this course focuses on your practical skills, it gives you the chance to apply for roles with more responsibility and a better salary in the diverse health and social care industry.
You'll be able to work with young people, mental health issues, drug and alcohol abuse support and more, for the NHS, age and mental health charities, as well as social, public, private and voluntary companies.
Graduates from this course could, with further training, become social workers, nurses, occupational therapists, or you could bring up your degree to a full honours with our BSc (Hons) Nursing and BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care (Top-Up) degrees.