Psychology can explain so much about our lives, from why we fall in love and need sleep to how others influence us. This course – taught by an academic team actively involved in leading-edge research – covers all the major areas of psychology, including cognitive, biological, social and developmental psychology, as well as individual differences and how psychology applies to everyday life. It also offers you the opportunity to specialise in your areas of interest such as counselling, criminal behaviour, mental health and occupational psychology.
Your studies also develop your own abilities and understanding as you learn to consider and evaluate different perspectives; increase your self-awareness through enquiry, analysis, evaluation and reflection; build your independence and confidence through team activities and your own final-year research project.
WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
- It is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is your first step towards becoming a chartered psychologist
- Our academic team are members of the Research Centre for Applied Psychology, applying psychology to a range of ‘real world’ situations and problems
- You benefit from a wide variety of teaching methods including workshops, problem solving, simulations, computer-based activities and guided learning
- You take part in research studies and run your own studies as part of your learning and assessment
- The findings of your final-year research project are made available to your peers as part of the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference
- You can take the course over four years (see below) and include a fee-free year’s placement in industry where you gain practical experience, build your CV and make contacts for the future
- If you would like a step-up into higher education, you can take a Foundation Year which guarantees you entry to the Undergraduate course (see below)
Our graduates go on to a range of postgraduate taught and research degrees both within the School of Psychology and at other universities.
Typical employment within six months of graduation include as Education Advisor, Financial Analyst, Housing and Welfare Officer, Primary and Nursery Education Teaching Professional, Psychologist, Special Needs Education Teaching Professional, Sports Coach, Therapist, Vocational and Industrial Trainer and Youth and Community Worker.
Students go on to complete training in specific fields of psychology such as health, forensic or counselling, through postgraduate education and supervised practice.
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