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Introduction

Using a variety of skills learnt in humanities, including social history, RS, and geography, this AS Humanities course will allow progression from a broad range of GCSE humanities and social sciences qualifications

What Will I Learn

You will learn how to promote an interdisciplinary and multi-faceted approach to complex questions where techniques from a range of disciplines are applicable, as part of a holistic intellectual approach. You will develop useful transferable skills such as the ability to analyse and evaluate a wide range of materials in a wide range of different contexts – skills which are highly valued by employers and HE alike. The course allows candidates to deve…

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Introduction

Using a variety of skills learnt in humanities, including social history, RS, and geography, this AS Humanities course will allow progression from a broad range of GCSE humanities and social sciences qualifications

What Will I Learn

You will learn how to promote an interdisciplinary and multi-faceted approach to complex questions where techniques from a range of disciplines are applicable, as part of a holistic intellectual approach. You will develop useful transferable skills such as the ability to analyse and evaluate a wide range of materials in a wide range of different contexts – skills which are highly valued by employers and HE alike. The course allows candidates to develop some wide ranging and relevant subject specific knowledge across a broadly based disciplinary footprint.

Example Modules

  • Unit G101 themes: Industrialisation and Urbanisation
  • Contact with Nature and the Aesthetic Response to the Natural World
  • Natural Resource Depletion
  • Ecological Damage and Environmental Crisis, Sustainability
  • Unit G102 themes: Conflict and Coexistence

How Will I Be Assessed?

2 June exams. There is no coursework at AS level.

Entry Requirements

5 GCSE A* - C

Additional Information

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Progression

Further study in Higher Education at degree level.

Career Opportunities

Law, teaching, event planning

Qualification type: Level 3 Mode of study: Full-Time Courses Start date: September Duration (weeks): 36 Hours per week: 4 Days of the week: Tuesdays and Fridays Course code: CASHUMAN3
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