BSc Psychology

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  • Objectives
    Psychology at Kingston will give you a grounding in both scientific psychology and humanistic approaches, as well as experience in the practical application of the discipline. This programme is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) as conferring eligibility for graduate membership of the Society with the Graduate Basis for Registration (GBR) which is the first step towards becoming a chartered psychologist. Please be advised that only students who graduate from the full-field and the major route will qualify fo rthe GBR and students must achieve the minimum of second-class honours in order to obtain it - this is a standard BPS condition.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements -a degree (level 6) in an Early Years subject or a degree (level 6) in any subject plus a level 3 qualification in an Early Years subject -a GCSE grade C in English and Maths -a current Criminal Records Bureau clearance -recent and considerable experience across whole 0-5 years age range
  • Academic title
    BSc Psychology
  • Course description
    BSc Psychology


    Year 1

    -Concepts and Systems in the Social Sciences
    -Evidence and Issues
    -Experimenting with People
    -Introductory Psychology 1
    -Introductory Psychology 2
    -Psychology Research Methods 1
    -Sociological Analysis 1

    Year 2

    -Abnormal Psychology
    -Applied Psychology
    -Behaviour, Evolution and Learning
    -Cognitive Processes
    -Extended Essay
    -Issues and Controversies in Psychology
    -Marketing Management
    -Psychology Research Methods
    -Social Issues
    -Social Psychology
    -Work based learning in Psychology

    Year 3

    -Children's Relationships
    -Cognitive Neuropsychology
    -Developmental Psychology
    -Drugs and Behaviour
    -Health Psychology
    -Individual Differences
    -Issues in Visual and Auditory Perception
    -Psychology Research Project
    -Representation, Reality and Modern Myth
    -Spirituality, Self and Society

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