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Psychology

We have been teaching psychology courses since 1968. Many of our psychology courses benefit from professional accreditation from organisations including the British Psychological Society, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Council. We offer degrees which can lead onto professional training, conversion courses, postgraduate awards and research degrees.

We have recently updated laboratory facilities including a main psychology lab, specialised research labs, an eye-tracking lab, a psychophysiology lab and a low-level vision lab.

You can also benefit from our research expertise in areas including • health psychology • cognitive psychology • developmental psychology • critical social psychology • gender and sexuality • autism • psychobiology.


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Explore what it means to be human, and learn about the psychological fundamentals of thoughts, feelings and behaviour, on a degree you can tailor to reflect your career aims and interest. You can also gain valuable experience and enhance your employability working in placements or studying abroad.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code C800

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Improve your approach to work and study in health psychology on a course that allows you to progress to stage two of the British Psychological Society (BPS) qualification, the next step towards conferment as a registered health psychologist.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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MSc Psychology

Full-time, Part-time

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Study a course that provides the qualifications and skills to pursue a career as a psychologist. Designed for non-psychology graduates, completing the course qualifies you for the Graduate Basis for Chartered (GBC) membership of the British Psychological Society (BPS).

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Learn about the psychology of offenders and the psychology of police investigations on this postgraduate course. Learn how to apply your knowledge to legal and criminal issues. You also consider how law and psychology are linked together in the justice system.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Gain a greater understanding of how humans develop, mentally, socially and  behaviourally, throughout life, from infancy to old age, on a course accredited by the British Psychology Society. As well as gaining Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) required to start your career as a psychologist, you also gain research skills and a professional level of understanding in this specialist area.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Understand the world from both psychological and sociological perspectives on this course. Learn about the fundamental aspects of both subjects before specialising in areas that reflect your career aims and interests. Gain valuable experience and enhance your employability through a work-related learning module.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code CL83

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Learn how to use clinical cognitive neuroscience in a range of contexts with both healthy and neuropathological groups, such as individuals with head injuries or Parkinson’s disease. As well as developing an academic understanding of the subject, you learn practitioner skills, including how to use elcectroencephalographic (EEG) eye tracer and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines. You also have the option to take a six month work placement with professional clinical neuropsychologists.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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MRes Psychology

Full-time, Part-time

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Develop your existing knowledge of research methodologies, alongside debates surrounding their use, on this research-based course. You receive training in qualitative and quantitative methods to develop an area of specialism in psychology. The dissertation that you submit at the end of your studies can form part of a PhD.

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Study the thoughts and behaviours of criminals and their victims to understand the psychological dimensions of crime. You get up-to-date perspectives on both criminology and psychology from staff working in two active research centres. You also have opportunities to gain experience and knowledge on academic exchanges and industry placements during the course.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code MC98

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Learn how to apply the theories and practices of psychology and counselling in educational settings. You develop your practical knowledge and skills through University-based learning and through placements in both primary and secondary schools and pupil referral units.

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code CX83

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Executive MBA (Psychology)

Part-time, Distance learning

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Advance your career into senior management with the Sheffield Hallam University Executive MBA (Psychology). Designed for professionals seeking rapid career progression, our Executive MBA builds on your existing ability and challenges you to develop the executive leadership skills needed for senior management.

Postgraduate

Part-time, Distance learning

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Study a course that can prepare you for a career in sport and exercise psychology. You gain the Stage 1 Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology (QSEP) awarded by the British Psychological Society and prepare for the stage 2 qualification required for chartered status .  

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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