Our cutting-edge MSc program offers a unique learning experience, providing you with the foundational knowledge found in an undergraduate psychology degree through a flexible and innovative blend of delivery methods. This course is designed for graduates who have obtained a degree in another field and are looking to get a qualification in Psychology. Benefits of this course Over the 12-month program, you will cover key areas including biological psychology, social psychology, research methods, statistics, and developmental psychology. With a blended learning approach, there's flexibility in the course structure, allowing students to tailor their learning schedule to better suit their needs. Upon successfully completing the program, you will be prepared to take your first steps towards a career in psychology. The programme has been mapped against the BPS criteria for accreditation and application is pending. Who is this course for? This program is designed to provide graduates with non-accredited undergraduate degrees an opportunity to earn an MSc qualification in Psychology, allowing you to advance in this field. You will benefit from diverse teaching methods, all informed by current research, aimed at cultivating a critical understanding of both the scientific and applied aspects of psychology.
In order to be eligible for entry in to the MSc Psychology Conversion you must hold: a degree-level qualification (level 6, or level 10 in Scotland, or higher) bachelor's degree usually with an Upper Second Class (2:1) in any discipline we will accept 2:2 if transcript shows good performances. This may include a degree in a subject other than psychology, or a degree in psychology that has not been accredited by the British Psychological Society. An equivalent qualification from an overseas university will also be considered.
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