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Marketing and Advertising Joint Honours486<p>​Joint Honours Marketing and Advertising offers modules which are geared towards developing your competence and skill as a prospective marketer as well as your knowledge of marketing models, theories and concepts. The programme examines the increasingly important and dynamic role that advertising and marketing communications plays within an organisation. The programme is delivered around a variety of core subjects and option choices. The course is flexible and you can tailor the modules around your specific interests. In years two and three you can choose to specialise your studies whilst being fully supported by our experienced academic team.</p><p>This course incorporates parts of the syllabus of a number of qualifications of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. As a result, students can study for the Introductory Certificate in Marketing in their first year and work towards the Diploma in Digital Marketing, taken in the final year.</p><p>In the world of brand interactivity, co-creation and consumer power, it is important to recognise that the role of advertising and marketing communications is constantly changing, due to some extent to advances in technology. Communication today is much more of a two-way activity and organisations must stimulate and motivate their customers instead of just persuading them to buy their brand. The programme has been structured to develop your knowledge and enhance your future employability. Upon completion of the Marketing Management and Advertising Joint Honours programme you will be able to progress your career in a wide range of organisations stretching across any sector or industry within marketing, business, advertising or communications.</p><p>Students graduating from this Joint Honours programme can progress onto a full-time, part-time or distance learning Postgraduate programme </p>BA/BSc (Hons)6NN1Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Computing2946<p>&#160;</p><div class="snippet"><iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/9vXljw4gYzU" frameborder="0"></iframe><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">People who are keen to study a broad range of computing ideas and develop innovative solutions to problems or improvements to current situations are invited to apply for this diverse degree programme. The computing industry is continually growing and is integral to people's daily lives and businesses. In this course you will investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world, as well as the contribution you may be able to make to future advances.&#160;</span></div><p>This programme initially covers a range of fundamental principles pertinent to computer technology and its use throughout the world. As this course introduces all aspects of computing during Stage one, you do not need to know what area of computing you want to specialise in before you arrive. Indeed, many of our students choose to continue studying multiple computing disciplines throughout the course, thus maintaining flexibility for their future career options.&#160;</p>BSc (Hons)G400Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
School Direct (Primary, Early Years and Secondary) PGCE QTS3477<p></p><p>The University of Northampton will be working as a training provider for a number of Lead Schools to support the delivery of the School Direct programmes, leading to the award of Qualified Teacher Status and PGCE.&#160;</p><p><a href="http&#58;//www.education.gov.uk/get-intoteaching.">Further information about School Direct and how to apply<span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">&#160;</span><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">&#160; ​</span></a></p><p></p>Postgraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Acting3785<p><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">BA (Hons) Acting is a highly practical training programme required to enter the profession as a working actor. The programme is explicitly designed as vocational actor preparation, committed to conservatoire-styled training with highly experienced industry professionals.</span></p> <p>Students take part in performances and productions, work with visiting professional directors and actors, and form their own theatre companies.</p> <p>The university offers eight studios and theatre spaces, fully equipped television and radio studios, and links to the prestigious Royal &amp; Derngate theatre where student actors may also have opportunities to audition for main house productions.</p> <p>Our students are eligible for student Equity membership.</p>BA (Hons)W410Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Psychology3840<p>Our Single Honours psychology degree course allows you to understand and analyse human behaviour, thought and emotions, from many different psychological perspectives. It provides useful experience for those intending to work in a range of career areas both in and outside of psychology such as educational psychology, clinical psychology, teaching and research.&#160;</p><p>This well-established programme is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist. Students have the opportunity to gain Graduate Basis for Chartered (GBC) Membership,&#160;develop employability skills through volunteering opportunities, events, workshops and research placements and&#160;analyse human behaviour, thought and emotions from many psychological perspectives. Major issues and methods of enquiry in present-day psychology and the applications of psychology to areas such as work, education, physical and mental health and crime are also considered.</p>BSc (Hons)C800Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Psychology and Education Studies Joint Honours13905<p>​<span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">This Joint Honours course provides students with an understanding and analysis of human behaviour, thoughts and emotions, how children and adults learn and the key issues surrounding policies and debates in education today.</span></p><p>You will have the opportunity to develop employability skills through volunteering, events, workshops, research placements and research in educational settings as well as through the development of transferable thinking skills such as the ability to critically analyse issues and situations.</p><p>A Joint Honours of this combination grants a high level of flexibility and is suitable for students who are still discovering what they are good at and what they want to do for a career. Teaching will be from an enthusiastic and experienced team who have substantial professional experience in research and teaching in schools, colleges and higher education.​</p><p>Joint Honours in Education Studies and Psychology can set you on a range of career paths including educational psychology, physical and mental health, clinical psychology, teaching and research.&#160; Students who want a career in psychology must major in Psychology and ensure that they take sufficient psychology modules to meet the requirements of British Psychological Society (BPS) Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC). Students wanting to teach psychology in secondary schools or colleges must major in psychology in order to demonstrate subject knowledge.​</p>BA/BSc (Hons)C8X3Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Economics and Business Joint Honours14187<p>​Joint Honours Economics and Business offers modules which provide the opportunity to study a range of economic topics whilst broadening your understanding of wider business issues. Economics underpins everything from world affairs and politics to wealth and poverty, national economic management and the functioning of business. The programme is delivered around a variety of core subjects and option choices. The course is flexible and you can tailor the modules around your specific interests. In years two and three you can choose to specialise your studies whilst being fully supported by our experienced academic team.</p><p>The programme will build your understanding of contemporary economics both in the UK and overseas whilst providing you with practical skills, knowledge and commercial awareness that will enhance your future employability. Upon completion of the Economics and Business Joint Honours programme you will be able to progress your career in business, management, government or politics.</p><p>Students graduating from this Joint Honours programme can progress onto a full-time, part-time or distance learning Postgraduate programme.&#160;</p>BA/BSc (Hons)L1N1Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Psychology and Criminology Joint Honours612<p>This popular and well-established programme invites students to combine the understanding of human behaviour, development, thoughts and emotions from Psychology and develop this within the context of the study of crime, social order and social control that is central to the study of Criminology.</p><p>This joint honours programme is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS)* and can be the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist. </p><p>Through the application of theoretical understanding and practical experience this course aims to debate and resolve questions such as&#58; </p><ul><li><p>What is crime and what drives people to commit crime? </p></li><li><p>How laws are enforced and how does this affect behaviour? </p></li><li><p>Why is crime concentrated in particular areas? How can crime be prevented? </p></li></ul><p>Students are encouraged to develop employability skills through volunteering opportunities, events, workshops&#160;and research placements.</p><p>The course is able to offer students access to excellent facilities and resources for research in social, cognitive, biological, developmental and personality psychology. In addition, highly experienced and professional staff deliver engaging and relevant course content.</p><p> *Accreditation applicable to Undergraduate Single Honours Psychology degrees and Joint Honours degrees where Psychology is the major subject.</p>BA/BSc (Hons)C8M9Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Study Skills for Academic Success630Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Accounting (Joint Honours)802 <div class="snippet"><iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/rJTPxGgjTlM" frameborder="0"></iframe> </div>The course introduces the student to the world of accounting and finance and provides a sound framework for those wishing to pursue further study. <p> &#160;</p>BA/BSc (Hons)Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse

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