How do we think and interact with the world? Why do we react in the ways we do? Explore the ways our minds work. Our course covers all core elements of psychological study, from lifespan development, neuropsychology, and research methods to social, critical and cognitive psychology. You’ll learn about a wide range of methods used in psychology research. During your studies, you might be conducting experiments, developing an independent research proposal, or learning about qualitative methodologies. We support our students to develop their natural curiosity, creating psychology graduates who are equipped to explore the human experience in an ethical, empathetic, and scientific manner. Some of the topics you’ll study include the influence of biology and genetics on behaviour, perception and memory, mental health and cultural differences, and the importance of ethical practice. Our psychology courses are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). Features and Benefits
- Accredited course - Our course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS).
- Teaching expertise - You’re taught by a large and diverse teaching team, with specialist lecturers who cover the whole field of psychology such as forensic, counselling, clinical, health, and neuroscience.
- Outstanding facilities - You’ll have access to our specialist facilities for psychology demonstration and practice, which includes an fNIRS imaging research device, 12 experimental testing laboratories and six psychology laboratories.
- Rise programme - Go beyond your curriculum and engage with Rise and its unique skills-based workshops and projects. Gain additional credits and enhance your CV.
- Work-based learning - Acquire transferable employability skills and knowledge that can be applied to a work-based setting
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
GCSE English Language grade C/4 or IELTS 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in any element GCSE Mathematics at Grade C or grade 4. Equivalent qualifications (e.g. Functional Skills Level 2 in Numeracy and Literacy and Key Skills) are NOT accepted for this course. This course does not accept applications for advanced entry to Year 2 or Year 3.
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