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Course summary

This course would be ideal for those who are interested in vocational roles so as to better equipped in order to compete for a place on those courses. It will also be of interest to those eager to expand their knowledge of psychology further so as to be able to better understand psychology at work. Students will be expected to demonstrate the capacity to formulate research questions, study designs and ethical considerations, before then carrying out and reporting on their findings. This course will not require students to have Graduate Basic of Chartership (GBC) membership with the British Psychological Society, however, those wishing to move in to a vocational psychological role should ensure that they have GBC as this will be a requirement that doctoral programmes will request.

Modules

Mandatory modules include: Research Design and Statistics; Clinical Applications in Psychology; Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment; Dissertation Project. Optional modules include: Clinical and Educational Psychology with Children and Adolescents; Psychology in Practice (a placement module).


Entry requirements

A minimum of a Second class honours degree in a relevant, cognate discipline. Plus GCSE grade C or above in English and Mathematics.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £8496* Whole course
Northern Ireland £8496* Whole course
Scotland £8496* Whole course
Wales £8496* Whole course
Channel Islands £8496* Whole course
EU £12996* Whole course
International £12996* Whole course
Republic of Ireland £12996* Whole course

*This is a provisional fee and subject to change.

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
Applications of Psychology at University of Suffolk - UCAS