Access to Humanities combines the three main subject areas of History, English Literature and Law plus various communication and study skills modules. Successful completion of the programme will give you the necessary subject knowledge and study skills required to go on to do a degree. Tutorial support is also part of this programme on a group and individual basis.
Your course is made up from a number of modules:
Incorporates the aims of sentencing, consumer law, introduction to criminal law – murder, introduction to the law and tort of negligence.
This involves a critical appreciation of poetry and prose, drama, modern drama, narrative fiction, poetry and a response to literature.
This includes continuity and change in history, revolutionary France 1789-1793, revolutionary Russia, and and source analysis.
In addition, there will be a one hour class tutorial period each week, together with communication and study skills and including research skills.
|Possible Degree Routes||Possible Career Routes|
|Classical Studies||Academic Research|
|Creative Writing||Civil Service|
|Philosophy||Professional/ Creative Writing|