Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour. This two-year A Level course will look at how behaviour is determined and influenced within a multi-disciplined approach. These approaches vary from social to biological perspectives with a heavy emphasis on scientific rigour in the form of research methods. Psychology will complement all science, sociology, English and health & social care courses.
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 4 and above, with at least two at grade 6. You should have Maths and English at grade 5.
Studying Psychology gives you a broad range of skills that span both science and the arts and opens up opportunities with a variety of employers ranging from multi-national companies to privately run businesses and work within the health sector.
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
Further education teacher
Primary care graduate mental health worker
Psychological wellbeing practitioner
Sport and exercise psychologist
Components of Course
• Social Psychology
• Cognitive Psychology
• Biological Psychology
• Learning Theories
• Clinical Psychology
• Criminological Psychology
• Child Psychology
• Health Psychology
• Psychological Skill
Your work will be assessed regularly throughout the course via directed study, class tests and major assessments at key times throughout the year.
No Coursework. 100% Examination
At the end of year 2. 3 Exam papers, 2 hours each.
Each exam question contains questions on year 1 and year 2 work.