Change lives for the better with Arden University  

If you’re ready to get started on your career in the health and social care sectors, a degree from Arden University is your first step towards a rewarding position in the field. Our programmes are designed with the most cutting-edge methods and industry trends in mind, so you are equipped to face any challenge when you finish your degree.  

Our health and social care academic staff members have years of experience working in, studying, and researching their fields. Your instructors and tutors will apply their own firsthand knowledge and professional expertise to your course, which adds even more value to your learning materials.  

You can found out about our full range of courses below

Choose how you want to learn   

At Arden University, we offer you the opportunity to study your way. Want to study your course entirely online from anywhere in the world? Then our online learning courses offer you the chance to do just that. Plus, you’ll have the flexibility to create your own study schedule that fits around your personal and professional life.  

If you’d prefer to attend lectures and tutorials at one of our study centres in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds or Berlin, then our blended learning courses build in two days a week of face-to-face tuition with your course tutor and classmates, complemented by around 25 hours of online study.  

Whichever route you choose, you can continue to work alongside your studies, either full or part-time, to ensure that you don’t press pause while achieving your qualifications. With Arden you don't need to give up work or any other commitments to gain an internationally recognised, and professionally accredited qualification that can take you places. 

What can I study?

Bachelor’s course in health and social care 

If you want to get your start in the health and social care sector, our bachelor’s courses provide you with an essential understanding of how organisations work within the field, while you develop the critical skills for working within a human-focused role. Our bachelor degree courses range from healthcare management to psychology and sociology, and social science, so you can find a course that suits your ambitions in the field. 

Is a degree in health and social care right for me? 

Arden University degrees are reviewed quarterly to ensure what you are learning is as up to date as possible and that what you learn meets the specific needs of industry and of you the student.  

If you want to get a start down the path to your dream career, a degree programme in health and social care will open the door to a wide range of exciting opportunities. 

Our team of health and social care academics 

Our academic staff at Arden University have years of industry experience and are deeply passionate about the subjects they teach. Collectively, the team have contributed to their field through years of research, and regularly publishing academic materials in their areas of expertise. Staff members have also worked directly in the health and social care industry, holding positions in hospitals, pharmacies, and as consultants.  

Degrees at Arden University School of Business and Management


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Not what you’re looking for?  

If one of the degrees offered by the School of Business and Management isn’t right for you, you can find out about our full range of courses here. All our departments offer career focused programmes at a range of levels. 

Still not sure? Why not give one of our advisors a call? They can talk you through your skills, interests and career ambitions to help you decide the right programme to fit around your life, as well as the learning methods that may best suit you.

Where can a degree in health and social care take me? 

After you’ve earned your degree in health and social care, you will have a well-rounded skillset and solid grasp on the industry to pursue a number of exciting career paths. Graduates may choose to continue their education and training and study a master’s degree in a related subject. If you want to head into the workforce after earning your bachelor’s, you could pursue work in health promotion, health management, and other health service roles.  

Ready to get started? 

If you’ve chosen your course and are ready to get started, you can begin your online application today! 

The application only takes a few minutes to complete, and then one of our course advisors will assess your submission and contact you to discuss your eligibility.