Psychology

Psychology is all around us. It's one of the most diverse and fascinating subjects. We have an equally diverse team of research-active staff who work at the forefront of their research areas, from the mental world to the real world. We bring that expertise to our one-to-one tutorials, as well as our lectures, seminars, and practical classes.

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Our Psychology programme was first accredited in 2007. Since then, we’ve grown in terms of staff and students.

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Undergraduate Study

Psychology may be studied as a Single Honours degree or in combination with a variety of other subjects within the University's Combined Honours scheme.

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Read our FAQ for new Psychology students

Postgraduate Study

New for 2015, our MSc Psychology (conversion course) is ideal for anyone who wants to pursue a career in psychology and can be taken either full-time, or part-time over three years.

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Learn more about our Faculty MSc by Research

 

RESEARCH AND COLLABORATION

We have a diverse range of research specialists, covering many of the major sub-disciplines in Psychology.

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Salomons Centre

Our Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology offers a Clinical Psychology doctorate, as well as PhDs, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy programmes and other postgraduate courses.

Learn more about the Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology

Find out more about our Clinical Psychology doctorate (DClinPsy)

Five Reasons to Study Psychology

Our Psychology degree combines the latest cutting-edge research with a strong focus on employability, and helping you develop your professional skills.

Discover five reasons to study Psychology at CCCU

 

Life as a PhD Student

Sam Reeves didn't expect to study for a PhD, but discovered her passion for research when studying for her undergraduate degree here at CCCU. 

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