Learning and assessment
The course will form an integral part of certain Honours degree programmes delivered within the University of Bradford, and will mean that the relevant full-time Honours degree course will take one extra year to complete.
It will develop your confidence and competence in acquiring the study skills required to embark upon a social science or management-based
Honours degree, whilst introducing you to a basic bank of knowledge on which you can build, either by the process of self-study or in further programmes of directed study.
The course is aimed at helping you develop an independent style of learning, in order to maximise your potential and achieve your goals.
Being modular in structure, the course comprises a set of core modules and option modules. The core modules are taken by the whole cohort of students, and this fosters camaraderie and peer-to-peer learning.
The option modules are specific to your chosen pathway of study.
For example, those wishing to progress to the Social Sciences degrees can choose subjects like Psychology, Philosophy, Criminology or Sociology, while those progressing to Management degrees can choose subjects such as Understanding Organisations or Marketing.