In years one and three you'll have optional modules to choose from. This is your chance to explore the areas of psychology that you find interesting. As we have experts from across the spectrum of psychology, we are able to offer you a choice from different areas. Forensic and Mental Health is a popular option.
This Psychology course at University of Nottingham looks at offending behaviours, including the neuroscience behind them. You'll also examine the role of the justice system and health service in dealing with offending individuals.
Our research is transforming lives. We want our students to be part of this. In your final year, you'll do your own research project. You'll have a wide choice of topics. These could be from behavioural to social psychology.
Our graduates have used their skills in roles such as:
You can apply until:
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You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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