In order to survive, human beings live in social worlds which create security, foster stable attachment between individuals and things, and regulate behaviour.
The Making Social Worlds programme offered by The Open University is ideal if you have previously studied the social sciences and want to consolidate your understanding of sociology.
Making social worlds has relevance to a wide range of employment situations including public administration, health and social services, education, business, and other private and public sector organisations. It offers students the opportunity to develop transferable skills, such as the ability to gather, analyse and present written information to different audiences, including online; present reasoned arguments; plan and design research; and give and receive constructive feedback as part of a team.
This course is eligible for the UK Study Online Scholarship draw
One of the only UK scholarships 100% dedicated to online study. £1,000 support for tuition fees for UK & International Students
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