Foundation in Social Policy and Social Work


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Foundation in Social Policy and Social Work Undergraduate Pathway (Stage 1) Duration: 2 semester For information about intake semesters and campus location please see our course matrix. Home/EU Course Matrix | International Course Matrix Studied with the Faculty of Social Care at Anglia Ruskin this course provides the knowledge, values and skills you will need to qualify as a social worker. The Social Care courses focus on the skills and knowledge valued by employers, providing our students with valuable industry insight through links with creative organizations. As well as learning from the research-active lecturers, you’ll hear the opinions of internationally acclaimed guest speakers at our many events.

Anglia Ruskin University are recognized as having some the best laboratory facilities in the UK and have invested heavily in industry-standard equipment for teaching and research purposes. This foundation course has been designed for students who would wish to study one of the following Anglia Ruskin University degree courses: • • •

BA (Hons) Social Policy BA (Hons) Social Work BSc (Hons) Public Health

On completion of the foundation course (Stage 1) you will progress to First year (Stage 2) of your chosen course.

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric

Foundation in Social Policy Academic Information •

BA (Hons) Social Policy

Where your main course begins with stage 1 at CRIC you will do the following modules over two semesters: MAC100: INTERACTIVE LEARNING SKILLS & COMMUNICATION 2 Skills-based module designed to develop academic skills required for successful HE study. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 Research and Reference Coursework: 10% | Oral Presentation: 20% | Group Report: 20% | Listening Exam: 10% | Closed book Exam: 30% | Self Reflection Journal: 10% 4

MAC107: PRINCIPLES OF ICT Skills-based module designed to develop IT skills required for successful HE study. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 Multiple Choice Exam: 20% | Group Presentation: 20% | Written Assignment: 60% 4

MAC103: CRITICAL THINKING Considers analytical approaches to evaluating different forms of information.. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 Revision Test: 10% | Seminar Discussion: 15% | Student Managed Learning: 10% |Written Assignment: 15%| Examination: 50% 4

MAC102: COMPOSITION AND STYLE Key aspects of contemporary art and design history; production of illustrated essay Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 Discursive Essay (Draft): 20% | Discursive Essay (Final): 30% | Examination: 50% 4

ADP103: CRITICAL AND CONTEXTUAL STUDIES Skills-based introduction to methods, techniques, crafts and processes - including Drawing, Illustration, Photography, etc. Credits 15 Assessment Research Journal: 60% | Powerpoint Presentation: 40% Contact hours per week 4

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric

BUS110: BUSINESS STUDIES 2 (Double Module) Considers the characteristics of business organisations and core elements of business management Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

30 Individual unseen test: 12.5% | Individual unseen test: 12.5% | Group Presentation: 25% | Examination: 50% 4

MAC104: INTERCULTURAL STUDIES Considers how family, race, education, religion, ethnicity, gender and class influence cultural identity. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 Presentation: 30% | Comparative Analysis: 20% | Examination: 50% 4

You will be required to pass all modules (120 credits) in order to successfully complete the foundation course.

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric

Foundation in Social Work Academic Information •

BA (Hons) Social Work

Where your main course begins with stage 1 at CRIC you will do the following modules over two semesters: MAC100: INTERACTIVE LEARNING SKILLS & COMMUNICATION 2 Skills-based module designed to develop academic skills required for successful HE study. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 70% Coursework – 30% Examination 4

MAC107: PRINCIPLES OF ICT Skills-based module designed to develop academic skills required for successful HE study. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 100% Coursework 3

MAC103: CRITICAL THINKING Considers analytical approaches to evaluating different forms of information Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 50% Coursework – 50% Examination 4

SCI112: BIOLOGY 1 Study of cell Biology and Molecular Genetics formation Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 4

SCI101: ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 1 Study of cell Biology and Molecular Genetics formation Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 30% Coursework – 70% Examination 4

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric

MAC104: INTERCULTURAL STUDIES Considers how family, race, education, religion, ethnicity, gender and class influence cultural identity. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 Presentation: 30% | Comparative Analysis: 20% | Examination: 50% 4

SCI110: CHEMISTRY 1 An introduction to inorganic chemistry. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 4

SCI113: BIOLOGY 3 Study of animal Biology and Physiology Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 4

You will be required to pass all modules (120 credits) in order to successfully complete the foundation course.

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric

Foundation in Public Health Academic Information •

BA (Hons) Public Health

Where your main course begins with stage 1 at CRIC you will do the following modules over two semesters: MAC100: INTERACTIVE LEARNING SKILLS & COMMUNICATION 2 Skills-based module designed to develop academic skills required for successful HE study. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 70% Coursework – 30% Examination 4

MAC107: PRINCIPLES OF ICT Skills-based module designed to develop academic skills required for successful HE study. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 3

MAC103: CRITICAL THINKING Considers analytical approaches to evaluating different forms of information Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 50% Coursework – 50% Examination 4

SCI112: BIOLOGY 1 Study of cell Biology and Molecular Genetics formation Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 4

SCI101: ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 1 Study of cell Biology and Molecular Genetics formation Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 30% Coursework – 70% Examination 4

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric

SCI117: PHYSICS 3 Study of fundamental concepts and techniques of mechanics and thermodynamics.. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 30% Coursework – 70% Examination 4

SCI110: CHEMISTRY 1 An introduction to inorganic chemistry. Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 4

SCI113: BIOLOGY 2 Study of animal Biology and Physiology Credits Assessment Contact hours per week

15 60% Coursework – 40% Examination 4

Cambridge | Chelmsford

www.anglia.ac.uk/cric