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GCE A Level in Psychology Level 3

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Psychology is the scientific study of people, particularly how and why we think and behave as we do. Although it is a comparatively ‘new’ Science with much yet to be discovered, studying it will give you a much better understanding of yourself and other people and the skills learnt are transferrable. Psychology uses the scientific method of careful research, experimentation and statistical analysis and requires you to learn to be numerate, use logical reasoning and to express yourself clearly and concisely in writing. This subject allows you to progress onto Higher Education programmes and could lead to a wide-range of careers, including: clinical work in hospitals, education, health within private practices or organisations. During the course of this programme, you will study: Core studies: classic and contemporary studies. Research methods: process of planning, conducting, analysing and reporting psychological research across a range of experimental and non-experimental methodologies and techniques.

You will need 5 GCSEs (minimum grade C or equivalent), to include Science and Additional Science. This must also include Mathematics and English Literature (minimum grade B/5 or equivalent).

Assessment is by written examinations.

Fees listed are for those aged 19 years and over only. Fees are subject to change, concessions may apply. Please note that where stated, fees are for the first year of a course only. Please contact us for information and advice.

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Level:Level 3

Full-time/part-time:Part of a full time programme

Duration:1 Year

Location:Lincoln Campus

Course Code:SCL0018AA1

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