Psychology at Stantonbury Campus
Psychology is the study of mind and behaviour and the course at Stantonbury gives a good grounding to the subject. Over a period of two years students will study the following: Memory, relationships, attachments, perception, research methods,pro and anti social behaviour, stress, psychology and the media, individual differences, and the scientific method. You could take this course to complement other courses in the Sciences, Social Sciences or Arts, or it could lead you onto higher education to study Psychology or more general higher education courses. Psychology is also useful in most areas of employment as it shows the ability to cope with both science skills and those of social sciences. At the end of the first year, students will sit two 1½ hour examinations covering all of the AS topics. In the second year students sit two examinations covering A2 topics. You may have the opportunity to take part in University Seminars, visits and a speaker programme.
Five level two qualifications (e.g. A* - C at GCSE) . At least four of these grades will be from GCSE. Grade C or above in GCSE Science and preferably a grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Stantonbury Campus directly.