Course Feature: Study Psychology, Criminology or Humanities at Higher Level
22 August 2018
Whether it’s a Higher Education course you’re looking for or an Access to Higher Education course, if you have an interest in the human mind, crime or the social sciences, we have the course for you.
Here are just a few of the careers our qualifications can lead to:
- Occupational psychologist
- Social Worker
- Police Officer
An experienced psychologist can earn anything up to £60,000 per year with qualified police constables earning up to £40,000 per year.
Who are these qualifications for?
Access to Higher Education courses do exactly as they say on the tin, help students gain access to university courses. If your heart is set on going to university but you don’t have the qualifications, then an access course is for you.
A BSc, or a Bachelor of Science, is a full degree eligible to anyone who meets the entry requirements.
Highlights of studying at the University Centre at Salford City College
- Studying at a college means cheaper fees
- Smaller class sizes mean more one-on-one teacher-student support
- We have the highest quality rating for Higher Education in the country and students have achieved high grades consistently for the last 5-years
- You’ll receive all the same benefits as studying at a university including receiving student discounts, access to student accommodation and use of the facilities at The University of Salford and The University of Bolton, including the students union, societies and libraries
- Part-time work is also available with the highest paid HE Ambassador programme in Greater Manchester
Highlights of Studying Criminology, Psychology or Humanities
- These courses open up many doors to a range of careers
- You’ll be invited to learn about a range of exciting and important topics; from aggression, child protection, criminal justice and human rights to the science of psychology – dependant on which course you choose to study
BSc (Hons) Psychology and Criminology
“I decided to study psychology and criminology combined here at the University Centre as it is not offered at many establishments. It is also in partnership with the University of Salford, so I have access to both the college and university’s facilities. I studied at the centre for the first year of my degree and transitioned to the University of Salford for my second and third year. When I fi nish, I plan to study a master’s degree in forensic psychology.”
Are you interested in a career in psychology or criminology? It’s not too late to get a place on a university course for this September, call our Clearing line on: 0161 631 5075.