Bachelor's Degree in Law with Psychology LLB
You'll study a broad base of core and optional modules, designed to help you achieve a qualifying law degree, and deepen your own specialist knowledge across law (your major subject) and psychology (your minor subject).
Our challenging and inspiring law and psychology degree will give you in-depth legal knowledge together with strong critical thinking and communication skills. Our unique employability skills programme will ensure you consolidate what you learn through exceptional work experience and networking opportunities.
Your psychology modules will teach you the fundamental concepts in psychology, and give you an overview of current issues in clinical psychology. These include:
- behavioural neuroscience
- personality and intelligence
- making sense of ambiguous scenes
- educational and developmental psychology
- self-conscious emotions
As part of your degree you can:
- experience law in action by applying to shadow a senior member of the judiciary in the High Court or Court of Appeal
- work alongside legal professionals to advise students at the Law Clinic
- engage with our academic research groups including the Stefan Cross Centre for Women, Equality and Law, and the Institute of Maritime Law
- hone your presentation skills on the Streetlaw programme
You can take part in a range of competitions to enhance your skills, including the Clyde & Co Team Building Challenge and regional, national and international mooting and negotiation competitions.
You can forge even stronger links within our friendly community by joining a student-run society. These include our Law Society, Inns of Court Society, Mooting Society, Lawyers without Borders and the Canadian Law Society.
International Baccalaureate Diploma
Pass, with 36 points overall with 18 points at Higher Level
- D in the Law or Applied Law BTEC Subsidiary Diploma plus AA from two A levels
- DD in the Law or Applied Law BTEC Diploma plus A grade from one A-level
- DDD in the Law or Applied Law BTEC Extended Diploma
Applicants must hold GCSE English language (or GCSE English) (minimum grade 4/C) and mathematics (minimum grade 4/C)
English language requirements
If English isn't your first language, you'll need to complete an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) to demonstrate your competence in English.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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- Foundations of Contract Law
- Introduction to Psychology
- Legal Skills
- Legal System and Reasoning
- Public Law 1: Foundations
You must also choose from the following modules in year 1:
- Behavioural Neuroscience
- Historical Development of the Common Law
- Individual Differences
- Philosophical Perspectives on the Common Law
- Criminal Law [AJP]
- Land Law
You must also choose from the following modules in year 2:
- Criminal Justice
- Developmental Psychology
- Employment Law
- Family Law: Children, Parents and the State
- Foundations in Criminal Evidence Law
- Health Care Law and Bioethics
- Introduction to Commercial Law
- Introduction to Health Psychology
- Introduction to Public International Law
- Language and Memory
- Principles of Commercial Arbitration Law
- Social Psychology
- Equity and Trusts (AJP)
- Legal Research and Writing
- Public Law 2: Administrative Justice (AJP)
- Remedies in Contract & Tort (AJP)
- The Law of Torts (AJP)
You must also choose from the following modules in year 3:
- Childhood Maltreatment and Mental Health
- Current issues in Clinical Psychology
- Human Learning
- Intergroup Relations and Interpersonal Influence
- Introduction to Educational Psychology
- Perspectives in Human Animal Interactions
- Project-Based Introduction to Web Programming for Behaviour Researchers
- Psychology of Advertising
- Self-Conscious Emotions
- Social and Affective Neuroscience
- Social and Psychological Approaches to Understanding Sexual Health
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please visit the university website for more information.
- The full tuition price for local/UK students is £9,250
- The price for International/Non-UK students is £19,300
- Final award: Bachelor of Laws with Honours (LLB (Hons))
- Name of award: Law with Psychology
- Interim Exit awards:
- Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE)
- Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE)
- FHEQ level of final award: Level 6
Our graduates have followed careers in:
- law (including as solicitors and barristers)
- the civil service
- the police
- probation service and social services
- national and international organisations
About this institute
University of Southampton
The University of Southampton is a top 100 global University with a top 15 UK University place. We are a founding member of the prestigious Russell Group, as demonstrated by our research intensity. We have a wonderful global community, with...
Why study at University of Southampton
The University of Southampton is a welcoming and close knit student community of roughly 22,000 students. We have an international student population which makes up just under 30% of our student body which is wonderful. With 98% of our graduates going into work or further study 6 months after graduation, we offer the chance to study at a world leading Russell Group University whilst safe in the knowledge you will be well on your way to succeeding your chosen career.
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