Counselling (Top Up) at Bath Spa University - UCAS

Course summary

Taught by City of Bristol College, this BA (Hons) Counselling degree builds on existing Counselling training at Foundation Degree/Diploma level to provide an academic Top Up qualification that supports you and your professional development. If you're working in private practice, agency settings, statutory or not for profit services, this course can help you to develop your professional competencies in a range of areas and enhance your employability in the counselling field. You'll develop key skills and knowledge to complement your role as a counselling professional. The programme will equip you with contemporary counselling knowledge, theory, skills and the ability to critically reflect on counselling texts, research, ideas and practice. The experience of conducting research will equip students to work alongside other graduate professionals. You'll be required to engage in your own personal therapy and the course supports opportunities for your personal enquiry, reflection and development.

Modules

The BA (Hons) Counselling builds on the curriculum design of the FdA Counselling at City of Bristol College. It offers you the opportunity to expand on the knowledge that you acquired at Level 5. During the course, you'll engage with critical contemporary counselling issues, such as:

  • Managing sustainable delivery
  • Teamwork and collaborative practice
  • Responding to vulnerability and crisis
  • Working with eco-anxiety
  • Developing transcultural competencies.
  • The course covers counselling research, collaborative practice, leadership, coaching and mentoring.
Modules could include:
  • Collaborative practice: Identifying and working with Counselling Stakeholders
  • Research Dissertation
  • Leadership in a Counselling setting
  • Counselling within a contemporary context: working with culture, diversity and difference
  • Coaching and Mentoring.
Modules will include:
  • Collaborative practice: Identifying and working with Counselling Stakeholders
  • Research Dissertation
  • Leadership in a Counselling setting
  • Counselling within a contemporary context: working with culture, diversity and difference
- Coaching and Mentoring.

Assessment method

Mode of assessments include reports, presentations, simulated coaching/mentoring sessions, case studies and a dissertation


How to apply

Application codes

Course code:
X336
Institution code:
B20
Campus name:
City of Bristol College
Campus code:
J

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

You'll require a Foundation degree in Counselling, 240 Higher Education credits (120 at Level 4 and 120 at Level 5) in a relevant subject, or an HND in a relevant subject to be considered for this course.


Student Outcomes

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Fees and funding

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Counselling (Top Up) at Bath Spa University - UCAS