You’ll develop a knowledge and understanding of the mind and human behaviour by examining a wide range of subjects. There are various opportunities to conduct mini experiments throughout your course, and in your final year you'll work closely with a member of the academic team to carry out your own experiment, developing vital research skills along the way. Later, you'll be encouraged to specialise in a field of psychology that particularly interests you, such as education, forensic, clinical or environmental psychology, thus bringing the degree in line with your future career aspirations.Our course covers the core British Psychological Society syllabus. Practical classes will equip you with the skills necessary to conduct your own empirical investigations of psychological phenomena. It is accredited as conferring eligibility for the Graduate Basis for Chartership, provided the minimum standard of a Second Class Honours is achieved. This is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist.You can choose to complete your degree in 3 years, or opt to take a work placement during your third year before returning for your final year's study.