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The Foundation Year will prepare you for success at undergraduate level, giving you the relevant skills and knowledge required for studying in Higher Education. The BA (Hons) Healthcare Management has a range of modules designed to develop you as a professional manager in this sector. Covering three core themes, Professional Environment & Practice, Operations & Quality Management and Leadership & Management, this course will give you the tools that could lead to a career as a professional practitioner, manager or leader in Health and Social Care. Blended Learning: When you sign up for one of our compressed blended courses and become a student at an Arden University study centre, you get the best of both worlds. All the structure and personal tuition of a full time degree, coupled with the rich online resources and materials that our online students benefit from. This option is ideal for students who want the routine of a full time campus-based degree, without the full time commitment. This course is available to study at one of our study centres in Birmingham, Manchester, Tower Hill, Holborn and Ealing. Online Distance Learning Online Distance Learning is the flexible way of pursing a higher education qualification. You can study an international qualification without putting your life on hold. You will be able to watch online tutorials and access all of your learning materials online, you can study from any place in the world, on any device, at a time to suit you, as long as you can access the internet. If you don't want the huge expenses of going to a traditional university, or you are looking to gain work experience alongside gaining qualifications, online study may be the solution for you.
The modules you will study in your foundation year (Level 0): • Developing Academic Skills • Using Numeracy, Data & IT • Research Skills and Using Information • Values, Ethics & Working Collaboratively • Structure of Business • Technology in Organizations / Study Skills During the first 6 weeks (Block 1) you will also attend 4 study skills workshops, providing advice and guidance to help you achieve university success. Sessions may include Reading & Note-Taking, iLearn Online Library, Referencing & Plagiarism and Approaching Assignments. / Year 1 (Level 4) • Skills for Learning in Care • Social, Political and Ethical Issues in International Healthcare • Communication and Collaboration in Managing the Professional Environment • Meeting the Needs of Service Users • Planning & Managing Resources • Fostering Dignity and Respect / Year 2 (Level 5) • Financial Control & Budgeting • Performance Improvement and Management in Health and Social Care • Public Health • Health Promotion • Inter-Agency Working • Leading Teams in Health and Social Care / Year 3 (Level 6) • Quality Management in a Care Setting • Business Analysis and Planning • Global Health and Sustainability • Project Management & Risk • Research Methods & Final Project
Assessments are designed to provide you an opportunity to demonstrate your strengths in a number of ways and so a variety of methods are used, these could include: • Assignments • Reports • Essays • Examinations • Practical tasks • Case study analysis • Portfolios of evidence. To support your development and ensure you are on the right track with your studies we will provide you with tutor feedback on every assessment you submit. If required, your tutor may be able to give you suggestions and tips for improvement and help you understand how to apply your newly acquired skills into real life settings.
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|Campus name||Ealing Study Centre|
This course may be available at alternative locations, please check if other course options are available
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
Candidates are required to submit a personal statement (of between 350-500 words) or attend an interview demonstrating an ability to study the programme, taking into account : o their motivation for undertaking the programme o relevant work experience o prior qualifications o references
English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6||or equivalent|
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£31000||Whole course|