The course aims to develop your knowledge and understanding in theoretical and applied psychology as well as providing the opportunity to gain experience through work placement. The course aims to develop your knowledge and understanding in theoretical and applied psychology as well as providing the opportunity to gain experience through work placement whilst continually reflecting on the links between theory and practice. This is achieved by the inclusion of practical assessments within taught modules, such as report and case study assignments as well as by the focus on work-related learning in Level 5 and the opportunities for studying applied psychology areas through the Level 4 module “Psychology in Everyday Life”. As part of the FDSc Psychology, you have to complete work-based learning in an area related to Psychology (e.g. social care, health care, education, sports and business) and link your placement experience to further work-related learning on other modules in the course. Level 4 Modules Theoretical Approaches to Psychology Introduction to Research Using Statistics in Psychology Cognitive Psychology Psychology in Everyday Life Biological Psychology Individual Differences and Learning Level 5 Modules Professional Practice and Employability Social Psychology Development in Childhood and Adolescence Advanced Research Using Statistics in Psychology Psychological Disorders https://www1.bridgend.ac.uk/course/psychology-foundation-degree
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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