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The BSc (Hons) Psychology is taught by the Psychology Department of DEI College. It is provided by the University of Northampton which delivers the degree.
The University of Northampton has always prided itself on its teaching excellence, and this has been recognised in the UK National Teaching Awards. These prestigious awards acknowledge the contribution of individuals to the development of innovative teaching at the highest level nationally and internationally. It offers more than just a good degree. The University’s unique approach to social enterprise and global reputation for producing graduates with exceptional employability makes the University of Northampton the choice for the future.
DEI College has always demonstrated commitment to developing high standards in respect of teaching, support to students and administrative processes. Building on this tradition it offers you this degree, through a strategic partnership with the University of Northampton, founded on our shared vision to provide innovative educational services in the field of Psychology. The Psychology Department provides a student-centred learning experience in a supportive academic environment.
This degree explores the nature of human behaviour and experience and the various ways in which they can be studied. It focuses upon the major issues and methods of enquiry in present-day psychology and considers the applications of psychology to problems of modern life in such fields as work, education, physical and mental health and crime. This well-established programme is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist.
The BSc degree consists of sixteen modules & a dissertation and it is naturally completed in 3 years.
Psychology is applied to many professional contexts. After further qualification, you can obtain 'chartered' status as a psychologist. Also, academic psychologists conduct research and teach in higher education.
It is widely acknowledged by employers that psychology degrees provide an excellent grounding for a diverse range of non-psychological careers. Our graduates are employed in education, the health service, the police force, human resources management, marketing, the civil service, broadcasting, social work and many other professions.