People and societies are shaped by many factors. Studying History and Psychology will provide complementary insights into why people, historically and now, think, act and behave the way they do. On this British Psychological Society accredited degree you will learn to take a scientific approach to understanding the mind, emotions, and actions. You will apply this as you explore historical change, learning about the sources of significant events from a global perspective, as well as about up-to-date theories explaining behaviour. The interconnected perspectives offered by this course will enable you to pursue a career in science, arts or related fields. Why choose this course?
- This programme is accredited by the British Psychological Society, subject to passing your final year project and achieving a minimum 2:2 degree award
- Gain insight into various eras, cultures, and society, building a foundation of knowledge and providing a broad interpretation of history
- Learn to critically evaluate and reflect on historical events and how these have impacted the world we live in, supported by inspiring teachers
- Develop highly transferable graduate employability skills to pursue a broad range of careers in health, business, service and education
- Broaden your horizons by spending a semester or year studying abroad
For a list of indicative modules please visit the course page on the Keele University website.
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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Fees and funding
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