BA(Hons) Top Up in Public Service Management
This programme is for applicants who are keen to gain a BA(Hons) Degree and have the option to apply on to a Graduate Programme or for a more specialist roles with the Public Services, such as researcher, officer in the armed forces, Local Council/Government, Courts and the Probationary service. Supervisors or middle managers currently working in the Public Services may find the programme appealing for their own personal development
What will I study?
Modules will include:
- Managing and Organising a Project
- Regeneration, Sustainability and Communities
- Global and Social Policy Issues
- Equality, Diversity, Social Exclusion
- Community Cohesion Dissertation
How will I be assessed?
The course will include a variety of assessment methods including essays, case studies, presentations, projects, portfolios, report writing and dissertation.
For more information about assessment, including guidance on marking, feedback and plagiarism, please refer to the HE Assessment Policy and the programme spec for course-specific information.
How will the course be delivered?
All programmes are led and taught by experienced teaching staff who are vocational specialists. They are qualified, and often have extensive experience within the industry or the sector being studied. All teaching staff meet or exceed the requirements set by the awarding institute or body.
Staff profile: Julie Marr
Julie has 15 years lecturing experience and has a background as training and HR manager. She works actively alongside third sector organisations. Her research interests are management and leadership and government and politics.
FdA Level 5 or HND, and college interview
Applications will be viewed on an application by application basis
Accredited Prior Learning (APL) will also be taken into consideration alongside extensive work experience in the public service
A typical offer for this course would ask for the entry requirements to be met, however, all offers take individual applicants’ experience and qualifications into account.
Validated by the University of Hull