School of Psychology
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Psychology is a large and varied discipline concerned with the systematic study of mind and behaviour. The subject is a fascinating one to study and provides a useful background for many different types of career. Our students come to courses with a wide variety of backgrounds. We have developed a range of innovative programmes at different levels.
We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses, as well as opportunities for postgraduate research (PhD). Click on a link below to find more information on the area you are looking for.
Our undergraduate courses are accredited by the BPS.
- BSc Psychology (Honours)
- MSc in Cognitive Psychology
- MSc in Child Development
- MSc in Health & Wellbeing
- MSc in Social and Community Psychology
Closing date for above Courses - 30th June 2015
- MSc in Clinical Psychological Research
Closing Date 31st March 2015
We offer a range of Counselling courses, which can lead to a Masters, Postgraduate Diploma, or Postgraduate Certificate award.
- Counselling Psychology (MSc, Diploma, or Certificate)
- Counselling Psychology Studies (MSc, Diploma, or Certificate)
- Postgraduate Certificate in Counselling Supervision
- Certificate in Counselling
Clinical Psychology - DClinPsy
We offer a DClinPsy professional doctorate in Clinical Psychology in partnership with Staffordshire University. Information about this course is available on the Staffordshire University Clinical Psychology page.
Postgraduate Research - PhD
The School has three main research groupings: Brain & Cognition, Health & Wellbeing and Social & Developmental. Anyone interested in pursuing PhD or postdoctoral research in any of these areas should contact the relevant member of staff identified on our Research Pages.
For details on PhD funding opportunities please follow this link... PhD Funding