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which is seen as better:

- combined honours degree

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- single honour degree
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which is seen as better:

- combined honours degree

or

- single honour degree
It depends on which subjects you plan to combine, and what you want to do with a degree (i.e. career aspirations).
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which is seen as better:

- combined honours degree

or

- single honour degree
Completely depends on the subject and university. If you are studying 2 completely different subjects, some employers may say 'wow how challenging' and others may think you are indecisive. It's more up to you because you will be the one doing them for at least 3 years.
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I want to do special educational needs and social care at liverpool hope university.

do you think this is a good idea?

does anyone know what it is like there?
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I want to do special educational needs and social care at liverpool hope university.

do you think this is a good idea?

does anyone know what it is like there?
Those are two well-related subject areas, so I don't see why it should be a problem (as long as you can perform equally well in both). It depends on how relevant the degree is to your future work - if it is and will get you the job(s) you want, great.

I went to see Liverpool Hope on an open day a couple of years ago. It's a bit out of the way of the main hub of the city compared to Liverpool University, but I guess it depends on whether you want to live at the centre of things or in a more suburban area.
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Hi tvshowaddict2112

It is great that you are interested in studying with us!

Our combined degree of Special Educational Needs and Social Care gives you knowledge of two different subject areas.

Within SEN you will look at topics such as the history of disability, cultural and media representation and influences that shape the lives of those with disabilities. Additionally, you will study the education of disabled children and studied how the SEN code of Practice also shapes the experiences of education. You can read about the full curriculum here.

For the Social Care aspect of the course, curriculum content will develop your knowledge and understanding of Social Care through an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach. You will develop a critical approach to a range of social care discourses.The Department has strong links with a range of individuals and organisations in the field. The Social Care team build on these relationships to create a research informed, evidence-based practice approach to learning. You can read about the full curriculum here

If you have any further questions feel free to PM us. We can also offer academic meetings (subject to availability) and campus tours if you wish to come to our campus.

I hope this helps
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