|The award||How you will study||Study duration||Course start||Domestic course fees||International course fees|
|BSc (Hons)||Full-time||3 years||September||GBP 9250 per year||GBP 21000 per year|
Find out why humans think, feel and act the way they do. Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour. By looking at conscious and unconscious phenomena, including feelings and thoughts, brain function, emotions, personality, and human development, psychology intersects the boundaries between the natural and social sciences.
The BA (Hons) Psychology involves the scientific interdisciplinary study of human behaviour, based on the assumption that brain activity underlies phenomena such as perception, cognition, emotions, personality, interpersonal relationships. Psychology is both an academic discipline and an applied science; it deals with everyday issues and attempts to understand and treat mental health problems.
The psychology curriculum explores the biological, cognitive, and psychosocial areas of contemporary scientific psychology.
This degree programme combines a rigorous psychology syllabus with a personalised elective pathway. Students can choose to deepen their focus on psychology through their elective courses, or they can further contextualise and broaden their studies with courses that match other interests and goals.
These valuable and transferable skills open up a wide array of career possibilities upon graduation.
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