Psychology, Graduate Diploma

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Applicants must have a previous degree without BPS accreditation and have attained at least an upper 2nd class degree. Additionally their programme of study must have included at least 60 credits (or equivalent) of psychology at honours level
  • Academic title
    Psychology, Graduate Diploma
  • Course description
    The diploma, accredited by the British Psychological Society, offers students with a good first degree in a non-psychology specialisation and at least 60 credits (or equivalent) in psychology at honours level, the opportunity to develop knowledge of the core areas of psychology.

    Within the programme, students also receive a strong grounding in psychological research methods. This component focuses on learning how psychological science is conducted, analysed and reported through a series of guided learning exercises, culminating in an independent research project. Students will receive carefully designed tutorial support for the duration of the programme.

    Before starting the programme, students receive individually tailored learning packages containing background information and formative assessments for addressing those areas of psychology in which individual students need help.


        * Research Methods in Psychology 2
        * Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience
        * Individual Differences and Abnormal Psychology 3
        * Social Psychology 3: Current Social Issues
        * Advanced Developmental Psychology
        * Psychology Project

    Career Options

    Graduates are attractive to prospective employers due to the high level of numeracy and literacy attained during the diploma.

    Opportunities are available in business, commerce, counselling and education (with additional training), research, human resource management and the social sciences

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