BSc Psychology

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  • Objectives
    * One of the largest psychology departments in the country * Our Psychology degree is accredited by the British Psychological Society * Our staff are actively engaged in significant research which is reflected by our excellent, Grade 4 rating in the Higher Education Funding Council’s last Research Assessment Exercise. * Well equipped laboratories with excellent computing facilities * We were awarded a Teaching Quality rating of excellent (23 out of 24) in our subject review.
  • Entry requirements
    The university requires you to have at least 2 A Levels (or equivalent) to begin an Honours Undergraduate Degree Programme or at least one for a Foundation Degree. The entry requirements for undergraduate degrees are given generally in UCAS Tariff Points.
  • Academic title
    BSc Psychology
  • Course description
    BSc Psychology

    Year 1

    -Biological Psychology 1
    -Foundations of Cognitive Psychology
    -Historical and Conceptual Issues in Psychology
    -Language and Mind
    -Research Methods for Psychologists 1
    -Statistics for Psychologists 1
    -Study Skills
    -The Person in Society

    Year 2

    -Biological Psychology 2
    -Developmental Psychology
    -Psychological Research
    -Research Methods for Psychologists 2
    -Social Psychology
    -Statistics for Psychologists 2
    -Topics in Applied Psychology

    Year 3

    -Psychology Dissertation
    -Psychology Placement
    -Psychology Project

    -Advanced Topics in Memory
    -Advanced Topics in Problem Solving and Thinking at IST
    -Brain and Behaviour
    -Cognitive Neuropsychology
    -Human Computer Interaction
    -Language, Communication and Development
    -Language, Communication and Development at IST
    -Psychology of Performance at IST
    -Social Judgement and Decision Making
    -Stress: Causes Coping and Consequences
    -Topics in Forensic and Criminal Psychology
    -Topics in Psychopathology

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