This is a modular undergraduate honours degree programme offering 360 credits over three years.
Students benefit from a carefully structured and well supported programme of study including lectures, workshops, tutorials, presentations, and guest lectures by professionals, practitioners and well-known academics. Independent study and self-directed learning is also an integral component of each module.
Staff offer opportunities for one-to-one support on academic matters and students are assigned a personal tutor to provide personal, academic, and professional support.
Assessment: Students will be assessed through essays, presentations (poster and oral), cognitive maps, written reports, exams and personalised learning records. Students are also required to complete a literature review, ethics proposal and research project in the final year.