Research Methods and Study Skills, Introductory Psychology: Social Sciences, Social Sciences and Society, Understanding Social Change, Psychology of Mental Wellbeing, Cognitive and Social Psychology, Sociology of Identity, Difference and Deviance, Ways of Life.
The Sociological Problem of Crime, Discovering Psychology: History, Concepts and Debates, Studying Social Sciences Abroad 1, Digital Societies, Digital Minds, Health Psychology, Exploring Research, Theorising Social Life, Studying Social Sciences Abroad 2, Sociology of Genders and Sexualities, Organisational and Management Psychology.
Elective modules include: Political Participation and Pressure Groups in an Age of Global Politics; Health, Self and Society; Developmental Psychology; Violence, Crime and Conflict; The Psychology of Human Nature: Evolution and Behaviour; Business and Society; Developmental Psychology; Sociology of Consumer Culture; Counselling; Environment and Society.
Dissertation (core), elective modules include; Social Psychology, Developments in Counselling, The Body in Contemporary Life, Crime, Criminology and The Justice System, Sport and Exercise Psychology, Biological Foundations of Behaviour, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health, Terrorism, People and Places, Forensic Psychology, Global Development, Media, Culture and Society.
2024 entry requirements
4 Highers at BBBC including an English based subject.
Widening access entry:
3 - 4 Highers at BBC/BCCC including an English based subject.
School of Applied Social Studies