Duration: 2 years
Course Level: Level 3
Assessment: 100% Exam
Entry Requirements: Standard A Level entry requirements apply.
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind, behaviour and experience. As such it attempts to investigate, understand and explain behaviours such as obedience, aggression, relationships and attachment to name a few. Psychology is suitable for anyone who is interested in understanding what motivates human behaviour. You do not have to have studied Psychology before, but you must be prepared to research, read, work hard and have an open mind.
You will cover a variety of subjects, including:
- Memory and Eyewitness Testimony
- Conformity and Obedience
- The Formation, Maintenance and Breakdown of Relationships
On successful completion, you may go on to a Degree in Psychology, Educational Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Occupational Psychology or any pathway related to the Social Sciences and Humanities such as combined Degrees in Psychology and Criminology, Sociology and Psychology. If you intend to take Psychology at degree level it is advisable to take Core Maths (if you are not taking A Level Maths).
Standard A Level entry requirements apply