Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour. Psychologists investigate both the behaviour and the mental process of the individual. Study component areas are:
Research Methods - Planning, conducting, analysing, and reporting psychological research across a range of experimental and non-experimental methodologies and techniques.
Psychology Themes Through Core Studies - Introduces some of the central areas of investigation in psychology organised in key themes. Each key theme is represented by a classic and a contemporary core study.
Applied Psychology and Issues in Mental Health - Explores mental health issues. Two additional units are studied from criminal psychology, child psychology, environmental psychology, and sports psychology.
Careers include clinical, educational, environmental, forensic, occupational or sports psychology.
For more information about this course please see the specification below or contact the Sixth Form team.