Cognition and Aesthetics at Liverpool Hope University - UCAS

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Course summary

How do we resonate with art? Why does our connection with nature reduce cognitive overload? Can we design sustainable environments that improve wellbeing? Can art be a vehicle for social change? How does cutting-edge technology help us address these questions? If you are interested in real-world issues, the MSc Cognition and Aesthetics in the School of Psychology, in collaboration with colleagues from the arts and digital sciences, is your opportunity to learn how to tackle contemporary and future challenges with a multidisciplinary approach using evidence-based practice. Forging a connection between Science and Art, this course offers an advanced study of the cognitive processes implicated in our responses to human artefacts, such as art and design, new technologies and the natural environment. The course will provide an opportunity to develop a range of skills and design interventions that are relevant to professional paths in psychology as well as to the cultural, and creative sectors, environmental organisations, and marketing agencies. The teaching on the course uses lecture, seminar, and workshop formats. Progress is measured through a mix of essay, technical report, portfolio of activities, grant bid and presentation assessment. Unique features of the course are: Interdisciplinary collaborations across Faculties. Project management in collaboration with stakeholders. Advanced research methods which boost your employability profile. Skillset highly transferable across sectors. Book an Open Day How to Apply Department of Psychology Got a question? Email our enquiries team [email protected]

How to apply

International applicants

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Entry requirements

A minimum of a Second-Class Honours degree in Psychology or a related subject with a research component awarded by a UK university, or an equivalent higher education qualification.

Fees and funding

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Cognition and Aesthetics at Liverpool Hope University - UCAS