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BA (Hons) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CHILDHOOD STUDIES)


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH


1 YEAR, FULL-TIME | 2 YEARS, PART-TIME PETROC: HEB001 UCAS: CLX2


PETROC: HET108 UCAS: CLX2


The BA (Hons) Professional Development (Childhood Studies) provides a comprehensive knowledge of children’s development and the provision of innovative practice to support your learning.


The programme is designed around five areas of importance for the early years sector and for those working with young children; these are developmental psychology, sociology, research, social policy and welfare. In addition, when enrolled on the BA Professional Development programme, you will have the opportunity to study Challenging Contemporary Concepts and submit a dissertation.


You will study Theories and Methods; you will then be formed into multi-disciplinary teams, devising and carrying out a project that connects with a real work situation. The module concludes with you documenting your learning and its application. The second module, which will be delivered alongside the first module, will be specific to your subject area and will really help you advance in your chosen path.


PROGRESSION


At present, this programme is the highest level qualification offered by Petroc; however, students who gain this qualification will be entitled and encouraged to enrol on programmes of post-graduate study such as MA, MBA and PhD programmes at a range of UK universities.


JANUARY/FEBRUARY STARTS AVAILABLE PROGRESSION


At present, this programme is the highest level qualification offered by Petroc; however, students who gain this qualification will be entitled and encouraged to enrol on programmes of post-graduate study such as MA, MBA and PhD programmes at a range of UK universities.


JANUARY/FEBRUARY STARTS AVAILABLE


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BA (Hons) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CREATIVE INDUSTRIES)


2 YEARS, PART-TIME AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH


PETROC: HEB022 UCAS: CIX1


The BA (Hons) Professional Development (Creative Industries) develops your professional knowledge and skills to engage with methodologies and theories required to pursue a career in the creative industries.


In Year 1, you will initially study Theories and Methods. You will then be formed into multi-disciplinary teams, devising and carrying out a project that connects with a real work situation. The module concludes with you documenting your learning and its application.


The second module, which will be delivered alongside the first module, will be specific to your subject area and will really help you advance in your chosen path.


Year 2 starts with a module called Globalisation from a Regional Perspective. Within this module you will understand the concepts and issues surrounding globalisation and consider its impact on our region.


In the last two terms of the second year, you will make a choice between writing a dissertation and choosing another module called Work-based Applied Research Project. As implied in the title of this module, this is about you engaging with your subject sector, employing the new learning that you gained on the course.


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