Teaching and learning
This programme offers a diverse range of teaching and learning from experienced psychology staff with expertise in health and wellbeing, vision sciences, cognitive neuroscience, applied psychology and higher education pedagogy. Your classes will be in the form of in-person lectures, seminars and practical workshops. So, you will have plenty of opportunity to work and interact with peers in exploring the fascinating world of psychology. Additionally, you will conduct an original empirical psychological project with an experienced supervisor in the School of Psychology and Vision Sciences. We also have online virtual learning environment Blackboard which will house a host of additional activities to enhance your skills outside of the classroom.
A range of assessments are used across the course including literature reviews, research reports, reflective commentaries, essays, case studies, oral presentations and an empirical dissertation.
Throughout your learning journey with us you will receive the support you need to succeed. A personal tutor will be allocated to you to help and advise you. Our Centre for Academic Achievement provides online tools and individually tailored advice to help you develop your academic skills and you will have access to the Library’s online catalogue containing thousands of electronic journals and over 300,000 electronic books.