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Undergraduate programmes


Our undergraduate Psychology degrees are:

  • all accredited by the British Psychological Society
  • distinctive in their applied approach to psychology
  • with a strong professional emphasis allowing students to take the first steps towards becoming a practicing psychologist
  • designed to provide students with transferable skills for employability 
  • taught by experienced staff, renowned for their publication records who are often practitioners themselves.

See a full list of our undergraduate Psychology degrees.

The programme modules

Programmes are made up of 'core' compulsory modules and 'optional' modules that the student selects. Core modules cover the core areas of psychology, such as the biological basis of behaviour, individual differences, development through the lifespan and the influence of social contexts on behaviour. 

Our range of optional modules is particularly wide.   As well as options in the professional areas, we also provide modules in: work-based learning, positive and personal psychology, evolutionary psychology and animal behaviour, psychopharmacology and addictive behaviours, parapsychology, political and community psychology and the psychology of relationships.

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