This programme is aimed at either recent Bachelor graduates or professionals looking to develop and enhance their skills. The course offers grounding in the key skills of an Occupational Psychologist. As well as covering the British Psychological Society (BPS) core curriculum, students will enjoy a particular emphasis on highly transferable practical, professional and employment-related skills and the opportunity to gain course credit through practical work in business and organisational settings.
Leadership, Engagement and Motivation; Learning, Training and Development; Wellbeing and Work; Psychological Assessment at Work; Work Design, Organisational Change and Organisational Development; Applying Psychology to Work and Organisations; Dissertation in Psychology; Conducting and Evaluating Psychological Research.
We assess the modules through a variety of formative and summative methods, including case studies and critical essays, pitches and portfolios, videos and interviews. We've designed the assessments to support your learning, cover a variety of skills, reflect real world practice, engage you in the learning material, and develop your personal and professional abilities.
Applicants should have either: an Honours degree awarded by a UK institute of higher education of at least lower 2nd status, in psychology or a relevant subject; an Honours degree in psychology and be eligible for the Graduate Basis for Chartership (GBC) for membership of the British Psychological Society (BPS); qualifications deemed equivalent by the course leader.
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Bristol, University of the West of England
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