Forensic Psychology BSc (Hons)
During this Forensic Psychology degree, you'll study people and their motivations, within a biopsychosocial context. You'll learn to design, run, analyse and report an investigative study. You'll also learn critical thinking skills and how to use software specific to the Psychologist.
You'll become an independent learner during your time on this course, preparing you for the next stage of your career. A degree in any aspect of Psychology is highly valued by employers. Our course equips graduates for a range of careers in Forensic Psychology and other fields, including education, health, civil service, private industry, and commerce.
We accept a wide range of qualifications for entry to our undergraduate programmes. Typical offers include A-level grades CCC, including grade C in Music or a related subject
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This course offers or includes the following modules. The modules you take will depend on your pathway or course combination (if applicable) as well as any optional or open modules chosen. Please check the programme document (below the main image on this page) for more information.
Year one (Level 4) modules
- Introduction to Developmental and Social Psychology
- Introduction to Comparative and Cognitive Neuroscience
- Introduction to Psychological Research Design and Analysis
- Individual Differences: Personality and Intelligence
- Introduction to Criminal and Forensic Psychology
- Crime and Disorder in Everyday Life
Year two (Level 5) modules
- Qualitative Psychological Research Design and Analysis
- Quantitative Psychological Research Design and Analysis
- Social Psychology
- Biological and Cognitive Psychology
- Applied Forensic Psychology
- Criminal Justice: Theory, Policy and Practice
- Professional Placement Year
Year three (Level 6) modules
- Dissertation: Design and Pre-registration
- Forensic Dissertation: Research Report
- Developmental Psychology
- Advanced Cognitive and Biological Psychology
- Advanced Forensic Psychology
- Forensic Mental Health
UK and EU students full time fee for year 1 is £9,250
International students full time fee for year 1 is £14,300
Our graduates have completed, or are currently enrolled in, postgraduate education at Master's level in preparation for a professional doctorate or for a research PhD. Graduates with single or major honours in Psychology can apply directly for postgraduate training, in order to work towards becoming a forensic psychologist.
The majority of Psychology graduates across the country do not become professional psychologists immediately after graduation. Many continue on to train in counselling. Others work in clinical disciplines in preparation for a Doctorate in Clinical or Educational Psychology.
Forensic Psychology is an attractive option due to its flexibility. Other career options for students also involve roles in management, sales and advertising, probation work, and human resources.
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Bath Spa University
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