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The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Psychology with Child Development degree provides a strong academic foundation in psychology with a specialised focus on how psychology is applied to understanding the development of children and young people. In year one, students are introduced to core theories, concepts and empirical studies in developmental, social, cognitive, biological and differential psychology, alongside a firm grounding in empirical research methods. Year two offers students the opportunity to develop advanced research and critical analysis skills and apply these skills to core topics in psychology. At third year, students choose from a range of optional modules related to typical and atypical development in childhood and beyond and conduct an independent piece of original research under the supervision of a developmental psychologist. Throughout our Psychology with Child Development course, students participate in practical laboratory work, adhering to the BPS Code of Ethics. To develop the scientific competence which underpins the discipline and profession, students receive training in the research methods and data analytic techniques used by psychologists. Students work within a School equipped with excellent research facilities, including specialised laboratory suites, eye-tracking and virtual reality equipment, a psychometric test library, and an electroencephalogram (EEG) laboratory. The programme equips graduates with the scientific grounding and theoretical understanding required for advanced level studies.
Modules through this degree are assessed with a range of assessment types. In first year, your assessments will help you develop core academic skills, through writing essays, lab reports and critiques, participating in group presentations and sitting exams. In the second year, your assessments allow you to develop more advanced research skills in preparation for your final-year empirical project. Second-year assessments include quantitative and qualitative research reports, research proposals and data analysis portfolios. At third year, your assessments focus on advanced academic skills (e.g., research presentations, case studies) and profession-relevant skills (e.g., clinical reports, information sheets for practitioners). You will also conduct an empirical study, supervised by a member of the academic team, which is written up as a research paper.
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How to apply
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|Campus name||York St John University|
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
|UCAS Tariff||120 points|
|GCSE/National 4/National 5||3 GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above (or equivalent) including English Language and Maths|
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Fees and funding
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|