Canterbury university launches ‘Mind, Body and Spirit’ degree

Canterbury Christ Church University have introduced a Human Development (Mind, Body and Spirit) degree this coming year.

Part of the School of Childhood and Education Sciences, the new course will provide the opportunity to learn about spiritual, moral and wellbeing development within six modules over three years.

Optional modules also include Sustainability and the Global Village and contemporary issues within social politics, offering students the skills for a range of careers like ‘policing, social work, therapeutic social care, youth work, sciences, and other human-based services’.

The university is hoped to receive applications from post-A-level freshers before January 15, the deadline for all undergraduate course applications through UCAS’s for 2019 entry in September.

Human Development BSc Hons will cost £9,250, the same as most other courses at CCCU. Students will, however, only be assessed through a mixture of timed essays, individual coursework and team projects – there are no exams.

For more information on this degree, visit the course page.

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Brittany Tijou-Smith

Brittany is a third year Multimedia Journalism student, her work has been featured on KentLive and KentOnline. Her filming work also won ‘Documentary of the Year 2018’ at Canterbury Christ Church University.

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