School of Education and Social Work

Modules - current academic year

TitleCodeTerms taught
FHEQ Level 3 (sub-degree)
Cradle to the Grave A8700FAutumn Semester
Cradle to the Grave B8800FSpring Semester
FHEQ Level 4
Contexts of Social WorkL5088Autumn Semester
Intro to Prof Learning & Devel-Part 1L5087Autumn Semester
Human Growth and DevelopmentL5089Autumn & Spring Teaching
Intro to Prof Learning & Devel-Part 2L5090Spring & Summer Teaching
Law for Social WorkL5092Spring & Summer Teaching
Values, Ethics and TheoriesL5091Spring & Summer Teaching
FHEQ Level 5
Social Care with adultsX2390Autumn Semester
Social Work with AdultsL5093Autumn Semester
Social Work with Children, Young PeopleL5094Autumn Semester
Practice Learning 1L5095All Year Teaching
Research Methods (BA SW)L5097All Year Teaching
FHEQ Level 6
Understanding OMIPL5096Autumn Semester
Research Minded ProjectL5023Autumn & Spring Teaching
Social Work Practice 1863L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
Social Work Practice 2867L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
Practice Learning 2L5068AAll Year Teaching
Practice Learning 1 - Step UpSU400Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 7 (Masters)
Communicating and engaging STEP UPSU300Autumn Semester
Contemporary Issues in Childhood & Youth894L5Autumn Semester
Hum Dev and Soc Rels859L5Autumn Semester
Law and Social Policy858L5Autumn Semester
Professional Learning Review9601AAutumn Semester
SARR501L5Autumn Semester
Theorising Childhood and Youth893L5Autumn Semester
Understanding Children852L5Autumn Semester
Communicating & Engaging C&YP903L9Autumn & Spring Teaching
Know & skill for child centred comm ASYE908L6Autumn & Spring Teaching
Knowl and skills for child-centred comm909L6Autumn & Spring Teaching
Observing, Communicating and Engaging904L6Autumn & Spring Teaching
OIP500L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
PE Stage 1899L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
PE Stage 2899L6Autumn & Spring Teaching
Practitioner Research886L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
Professional Learning Review (Extended)903L8BAutumn & Spring Teaching
Promoting Anti-Oppressive9300LAutumn & Spring Teaching
Theory, Methods and Values in Practice 1861L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
Theory, Values & Practice Reflections 2SU700Autumn & Spring Teaching
TMVP 2866L5Autumn & Spring Teaching
Working with Young People9700AAutumn & Spring Teaching
Academic & Research Skills MACYS883X4SWAll Year Teaching
Dissertation Module884L5AAll Year Teaching
Research Methods and Dissertation877L5All Year Teaching
Anthropological Perspectives700L7Spring Semester
Evid for Policy and Prac:Critical Stance529X8Spring Semester
Migration, Refugees and Wellbeing700L5Spring Semester
Policy and Programme Evaluation Research511X8Spring Semester
Practice Experience Children & Youth840CYSpring Semester
Professional Learning Review9601SSpring Semester
Researching Childhood and Youth585X8Spring Semester
Rights, Protection and Justice898L5Spring Semester
Assessment, risk and safeguardingSU800Spring & Summer Teaching
ASYE902L5Spring & Summer Teaching
Authentic Leadership906L6Spring & Summer Teaching
Human Development in the Social WorldSU100Spring & Summer Teaching
Legal and Policy Contexts of Social WorkSU200Spring & Summer Teaching
Professional Learning Review (Extended)903L8Spring & Summer Teaching
Risk and Decision Making881L5Spring & Summer Teaching
Theory, Values & Practice Reflections 1SU600Spring & Summer Teaching
Work-Based Research905L6Spring & Summer Teaching
Evaluation of Policy and Professional Pr575X8Summer Teaching
Systematic Review578X8Summer Teaching

Please note that the University will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver courses and modules in accordance with the descriptions set out here. However, the University keeps its courses and modules under review with the aim of enhancing quality. Some changes may therefore be made to the form or content of courses or modules shown as part of the normal process of curriculum management.

The University reserves the right to make changes to the contents or methods of delivery of, or to discontinue, merge or combine modules, if such action is reasonably considered necessary by the University. If there are not sufficient student numbers to make a module viable, the University reserves the right to cancel such a module. If the University withdraws or discontinues a module, it will use its reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable alternative module.