The BA (Hons) Social and Community Work will provide you with professional insight into social, psychosocial, youth and advocacy work by drawing on the expertise of the university’s schools of education, social sciences and multimedia advocacy. The university has strong and professionally credible links with community and social practitioners working in policy and practice with children, young people and in community services. This offers the opportunity for students to gain experience, skills and expertise in their chosen field of interest. Working with experienced academic staff and professionals in the field, students will have practical experiences and tutoring in the highly popular and employable fields of community engagement and support. If you want to make a difference in your community, this applied degree will help you develop a wider understanding of social welfare, social exclusion and disadvantage. You will get to grips with the policy and systems of service delivery, issues of power and oppression and social justice, as well as community development and human and social needs, all with an emphasis on delivering strength based practice. In your second and third years you can choose from a wide range of modules to suit your interests and ambitions.