Introductory Psychology: Social Sciences; Social Sciences and Society; Gender Culture and Society; Research Methods and Study Skills; Cognitive and Social Psychology; Sociology of Identity, Difference and Deviance; Governing the UK; Understanding Social Change.
Social Construction of Everyday Life; Research: Statistics and Data Analysis; European Union; The Sociological Problem of Crime; Psychology: Personality and Individual Differences; Discovering Psychology: History, Concepts and Debates; Theorising Social Life; Exploring Research.
Qualitative Research Methods (Core), elective subjects include: Health Psychology; Health, Self and Society; Organisational and Management Psychology; Sports Psychology; Sociology of Consumer Culture; Political Participation and Pressure Groups in an Age of Global Politics; Developmental Psychology; Cognitive Psychology; Counselling; Environment and Society; Violence Crime and Conflict; Contemporary Issues in Politics.
Dissertation (Core), elective subjects include: Social Psychology; Biological Foundations of Behaviour; Developments in Counselling; Media, Culture and Society; Terrorism, People and Places; The Body in Contemporary Life; Clinical Psychology and Mental Health; Forensic Psychology; Crime, Criminology and the Justice System; Global Development; Effective and Ethical Leadership.
2021 entry requirements:
4 Highers at BBBB (BBC or BCCC for widening access entry) including English or another English based subject. You may be required to attend an interview.
School of Applied Social Studies