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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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This course involves the study of human behaviour, thoughts and emotions. As well as benefiting from excellent academic teaching and facilities, you have the opportunity to apply your developing skills in work-related and international settings. It is ideal if you have an interest in • critically evaluating possible explanations for thoughts,... More information

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code C800

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Successfully completing this course allows you to progress onto stage two of the British Psychological Society (BPS) qualification in health psychology or a BPS-accredited doctoral programme in health psychology. Successfully completing stage two confers eligibility to apply to the Health and Care Professions Council for registration as a health... More information

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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MSc Psychology

Full-time, Part-time

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This course is for non-psychology graduates with either no or limited study in the subject. For example you may wish to change career path or may have a psychology degree that is not accredited by the British Psychological Society and wish to develop a career as a psychologist.The course gives you • a thorough knowledge and scientific... More information

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Build on your knowledge of psychology at undergraduate level and learn how to learn how to apply this knowledge to legal and criminal issues. You study law and consider how law and psychology are linked together in the justice system.In civil and criminal cases, forensic psychologists may contribute in various ways, such as providing expert... More information

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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On this course you study• development through the lifespan – from infancy, childhood and adolescence into adulthood and old age• stability and change in our physical, cognitive, social and emotional development• similarities and differences in the development of individuals and how factors such as biology and environment shape our developmentThis... More information

Postgraduate

Full-time, Part-time

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Gain a good understanding of both psychological and sociological perspectives of the world. The course is ideal if you have an interest in • the ways people behave and possible sociological and psychological explanations• a career in a psychology-related discipline• challenging commonsense views of the social world • applying theoretical and... More information

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code CL83

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Gain a practitioner’s knowledge of cognitive neuroscience. Cognitive neuroscience combines techniques and skills including psychometric testing, electroencephalogram (EEG) and imaging techniques – for application to neuropathological and healthy groups in clinical, academic or biomedical settings. Neuropathological groups may include people with... More information

Postgraduate

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MRes Psychology

Full-time, Part-time

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Build on your previous training in research methods and statistics and develop your understanding of current methodological debates and advances in psychology, on this masters by research course.The course provides a balance of training in qualitative and quantitative methods and you develop specialist interests to meet your needs. Your... More information

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Gain a psychological perspective on the causes and effects of various types of crime. You gain an insight into why individuals might be involved in crime and learn to assess whether treatment, rehabilitation or punishment is the most appropriate response. By studying both psychology and criminology, you gain a broad perspective on how society and... More information

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code MC98

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This course involves studying three different disciplines and completing three work placements to give you the skills and knowledge needed for a large range of careers, such as teaching and school counselling. You achieve this through workbased learning and studying educational themes and policy such as social inclusion. You are introduced to the... More information

Undergraduate

Full-time

UCAS code CX83

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If you hold the British Psychological Society (BPS) Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) this course will support you along the path to becoming a chartered sport and exercise psychologist.Successfully completing the course provides you with Stage 1 of the BPS Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology (QSEP), and prepares you for... More information

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Executive MBA (Psychology)

Part-time, Distance learning

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The Sheffield Hallam Executive MBA (Psychology) is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience to advance your career into senior management. It enables you to learn more about the science of human thinking and behaviour and how it applies to leadership and business development This course is suitable for professionals who are... More information

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