SCQF Level 6
Building on your existing knowledge and understanding of social sciences topics.
Why take this course?
This course will deepen your understanding of human behaviour and society and focus on a wide range of interesting social science subjects where you will analyse topical trends and developments. Through extensive discussion, debate and research you will further enhance your understanding of important social issues.
What you will experience
On this course you will study sociology, psychology, criminology, history and politics, philosophy and volunteering whilst strengthening your communication and IT skills.
Applicants should have at least three National 5, Intermediate 2 or Standard Grade Credit level qualifications. Applicants must have writing and reading communication skills.
English language requirements
If English is not your first language, please view the specific English language requirements for this course.
What you need to know
At North East Scotland College
On successful completion of this course, you can progress to the following course at North East Scotland College:
You cannot progress directly to university from this course, but after completion of the HND course that would become an option.
This course is currently unavailable. Please contact the Student Advice Centre for more information.
If you take up a place on a College course, at the start of the course you will be asked to sign an enrolment form. In signing the form and/or taking up a place on a College course, you will enter into a contract with the College and be bound by the North East Scotland College Standard Terms and Conditions of Study. Copies of the Terms and Conditions are available for inspection on notice boards and at various locations throughout the College, at the College Reception, on the College website: www.nescol.ac.uk, or can be obtained on request from the Student Funding and Admissions Manager, North East Scotland College, Aberdeen City Campus, Gallowgate, Aberdeen AB25 1BN. Please note that courses are offered subject to (a) there being sufficient numbers of enrolments and (b) the availability of resources. The College reserves its right (i) not to run courses where the number of students is considered insufficient or where resources are unavailable and (ii) in certain circumstances, to refuse admission to an individual applicant.