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Counselling Skills

Certificate, Single Honours

The Counselling Skills Programme is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their interpersonal skills for personal development or to use in a helping or caring work role. This is an excellent starting point to train as a counsellor or psychotherapist.

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Duration: 24 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Area: Education

Childhood Practice

BA, Single Honours

This is a work-based programme validated by the Scottish Social Services Council for registration as a manager and is designed to meet the needs of a range of individuals involved in working with children. It is offered as a part-time, on-line distance learning programme and is based on course elements detailed in the benchmark statements provided by QAA Education Studies, SCQF and the Standard for Childhood Practice. The degree has been designed to promote and encourage the use of workplace based activities as the basis for academic study. Due to its flexibility, it provides a route into degree level studies for participants from non-traditional backgrounds.

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Duration: 72 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: Online Learning
Subject Area: Education

Professional Development

BA, Non-Honours

The BA in Professional Development (BAPD) is a vibrant, flexible programme that offers you as a professional an opportunity to advance your skills, knowledge and attributes. It caters for a wide selection of professional needs across a range of settings in education, community learning, care and social sectors, and related areas.

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Duration: 24 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: Online Learning
Subject Area: Education

Certificate in Archaeology

Certificate, Non-Honours

Archaeology is the only discipline that studies the human past in its entirety; from the origins of our species to the events of yesterday. Archaeology at Aberdeen has a special northern focus that is unique in the UK. Through lectures, field and laboratory work you will engage with the archaeology of Scotland, Scandinavia, northern Europe, the North Atlantic and northern latitudes of Asia and North America. You will be taught by internationally acclaimed researchers.

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Duration: 24 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: Online Learning
Subject Area: Archaeology

English with Creative Writing

MA, Single Honours

English with Creative Writing at Aberdeen gives you all the advantages of a highly-rated teaching, research and creative hub, teaching by acclaimed writers and poets at Scotland's top centre for creative writing, and the opportunity to develop your own writing in the wonderful environment of a historic university with an award-winning library and priceless literary treasures, and a vigorous calendar of literary events.

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UCAS Code: 3500
Duration: 48 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Area: English

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and Gaelic Studies

MA, Joint Honours

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and Gaelic Studies is an ideal subject combination to add to your study in the lives and legacy of the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Scandinavian peoples. You will explore Gaelic from its Celtic origins to its role today as Scotland’s oldest living language. The language, historical perspective and study skills you will develop will give you a great advantage for a wide range of career options, especially with a Scottish or international dimension.

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UCAS Code: 52Q8
Duration: 48 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Areas: Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies,
Gaelic Studies

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and Sociology

MA, Joint Honours

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and Sociology at Aberdeen adds to your comprehensive study of the lives and legacy of the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian peoples with a deeper exploration of how society shapes us as individuals in all sorts of ways – helping us to understand ourselves, our relationships with others, and the challenges we face in a changing world and developing intellectual skills to be a very attractive graduate with very wide career options.

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UCAS Code: 5LQ2
Duration: 48 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Areas: Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies,
Sociology

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies

MA, Single Honours

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies at Aberdeen is an exciting new programme, building on a strong track record of Celtic teaching to offer a fascinating, flexible and interdisciplinary study of the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Scandinavian peoples. You will cross traditional boundaries of literature, history and culture, and develop skills which open wide career options across the arts, media and more.

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UCAS Code: 5Q28
Duration: 48 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Area: Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and Spanish & Latin American Studies (5 years)

MA, Joint Honours

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and Spanish & Latin American Studies sets your exploration of the lives and legacy of the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian peoples within a European historical and contemporary context through study of Spanish and its use and culture in Spain and Latin America. This combination provides an ideal preparation for a career in the arts, broadcasting or heritage management and also adds the international dimension to open options including business or tourism.

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UCAS Code: 5R29
Duration: 60 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Areas: Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies,
Spanish & Latin American Studies

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and French (5 years)

MA, Joint Honours

Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies and French is an excellent subject combination, setting the lives and legacy of the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Scandinavian peoples within a deeper European historical and contemporary context through study of the French language, history and culture. This subject combination provides an ideal preparation for a career in the arts, broadcasting or heritage management and also adds the international dimension to open options including business or tourism.

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UCAS Code: 5R8Q
Duration: 60 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning
Subject Areas: Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies,
French