BSc (Hons) Psychology and Criminology
- Part-time study available
- International students can apply
Throughout your course you’ll be supported by expert and award winning staff, including authors of books and papers in a range of specialisms, some of whom have appeared on national television and radio. Robert Bendall is recognised as the UK’s number one Psychology Technician of the year 2011 by the British Psychological Society and Pauline Adair, Professor of Health Psychology received a prestigious award in 2010 for outstanding contribution to the advancement of Health Psychology within NHS agendas.
The Psychology team are research active and have been recognised at both international and national levels for work on driving, media, child development, addictions, clinical and health psychology, occupational stress, emotional intelligence and terrorism. The team are proud of the quality of psychology courses we deliver and are committed to providing stimulating and rewarding opportunities to study Psychology – either as a single discipline, or in combination with counselling or criminology.
- Group work
- Problem-based exercises
- Computer-based learning
- Online discussion boards (for example wiki pages)
Assessment methods will vary depending on the modules you choose to study, you can expect:
- Exams 25%
- Research report 25%
- Essays 25%
The remaining 25% will be split between:
- Practical reports
- Group work