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Honours Degrees (12)

Accredited course

Build your knowledge and understanding of different aspects of psychology and gain valuable analytical and communications skills with this British Psychological Society accredited degree.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
6 years
32-36 hours per week
3 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
6 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
3 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Accredited course

Investigate how psychology is critical to understanding crime and policing; explore how forensic psychologists inform debates and legislation on crime, policing, justice and rehabilitation.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
6 years
32-36 hours per week
3 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
6 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
3 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Accredited course

Take a broad look at psychology, the mind, and how counsellors and psychologists contribute to debates on counselling approaches, mental health conditions and diagnosis.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
6 years
32-36 hours per week
3 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
6 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
3 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Foundation Degrees (1)

This qualification will prepare you to become a professional counsellor – equipping you with the theoretical understanding and practical skills required.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
4 years
32-36 hours per week
3 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
4 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
3 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Diplomas of Higher Education (8)

Explore different areas of psychology and how psychologists investigate the human mind and behaviour, and build a solid foundation for further study.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
4 years
32-36 hours per week
2 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
4 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
2 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

This qualification provides a critical understanding of how criminology and psychology makes sense of crime, criminalisation, criminals and victims.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
4 years
32-36 hours per week
2 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
4 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
2 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

With this joint diploma, you can specialise in an area of computing and IT and combine it with psychology, dividing your time equally between subjects.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
4 years
32-36 hours per week
2 years
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
4 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
2 years
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Certificates of Higher Education (5)

If you're interested in psychology and want to learn more, or discover if it's the right subject for you, this is an ideal starting point.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
2 years
32-36 hours per week
1 year
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
2 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
1 year
Earliest Start date:October 2024

This certificate lets you combine studying the fundamentals of computing and IT with, psychology, dividing your time equally between the two subjects.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
2 years
32-36 hours per week
1 year
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
2 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
1 year
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Investigate key issues and debates about childhood, child development, child psychology and children's rights, and apply your knowledge to your own life or work environment.

Part-time:Full-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
2 years
32-36 hours per week
1 year
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
2 years
Full-time:32-36 hours per week
1 year
Earliest Start date:October 2024

Modules (17)

This module offers an accessible and engaging introduction to classic and contemporary psychological theory and research applied to a broad range of real-world contexts.

Part-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
30 weeks
September 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
30 weeks
Earliest Start date:September 2024

This introductory module offers you a broad knowledge of interdisciplinary childhood studies and an understanding of the fundamentals of child psychology.

Part-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
31 weeks
October 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
31 weeks
Earliest Start date:October 2024

You’ll cover the core areas of psychology (social, cognitive, developmental, biological and individual differences), along with learning some basic principles of counselling and mental wellbeing.

Part-time:Earliest Start date:
16-18 hours per week
30 weeks
September 2024
Part-time:16-18 hours per week
30 weeks
Earliest Start date:September 2024

Access Modules (2)

This module introduces topics and academic skills in the social sciences, psychology, health and social wellbeing, sport, education and childhood studies.

Part-time:Earliest Start date:
Less than 16 hours per week
30 weeks
October 2024
Part-time:Less than 16 hours per week
30 weeks
Earliest Start date:October 2024

A fast track version of our Psychology, social science and wellbeing Access module – an ideal way to improve your Study Skills, and prepare for a range of qualifications.

Part-time:Earliest Start date:
Less than 16 hours per week
18 weeks
January 2025
Part-time:Less than 16 hours per week
18 weeks
Earliest Start date:January 2025