BSc Psychology

Course overview

Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time, Part-time
Duration 3 years
Intakes September
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Entry Requirements

  • A Level: ABB
  • International Baccalaureate: 32
  • Scottish Highers: AABBB one Advanced Higher preferred
  • Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB (acceptable on its own or in combination with other qualifications)
  • Irish Leaving Certificate: AABBBB
  • Access Course: Pass with Distinction in 36 credits at level 3 and Merit in 9 credits at level 3
  • BTEC: DDM in a related subject
  • European Baccalaureate: 75%
  • IELTS: 6.5 overall (minimum 6.0 in all components)
  • PTE: 62 overall with minimum 55 in all components


Year 1

  • In your first year you will study three compulsory modules which will make up your core learning, providing you with a platform upon which you can develop your psychological knowledge.
  • You will encounter a wide variety of topics, from child development to linking the study of the individual to society. The research module will introduce you to subject specific methods in the study of psychology, as you begin to develop research skills and a critical perspective.

Year 2

  • The second year follows a similar structure to the first year, with compulsory modules designed to develop your understanding of different branches of psychology. An advanced module in research methods aims to consolidate your knowledge of research design, qualitative analysis and statistics.
  • Alongside this you will have the opportunity to choose an optional module from a published list which may be a Psychology module (enabling you to develop your applied understanding of a variety of branches of psychology) or an option from outside the school which may be relevant to your career or other interests (e.g. a marketing or advanced language module) .

Year 3

  • In the final year you will complete a substantial research project, reflecting your intellectual interests and career aspirations. You will be supported by a supervisor with expertise in your area of research, helping you to use your research skills to plan and produce a research project drawing on a specific form of data gathering and analysis. This could be focused on interviewing, survey work and/or experimental design, both within the laboratory and in applied contexts.
  • You will also select a number of optional modules from a wide range of psychology subjects, designed to give you specialist knowledge.

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