This course gives students a very real and valuable insight into how people think and what motivates them. Topics students will study on this course are; memory, obedience, attachments, research methods, relationships, forensic psychology, gender, phobias, and mental illness.
WHAT WILL YOU STUDY
Students will explore social, cognitive and psychological development and discover techniques for collating and analysing data. In addition to this, students will experiment with the approaches and research methods used in psychology to give them an understanding into the fascinating workings of the minds of people. On successful completion of an A-Level programme of study, which includes this course, you will have the skills and qualifications needed to progress onto a wide range of courses at foundation or degree level, or go directly into industry employment.
DURATION - 2 YEARS
A minimum offive GCSEs at A*-B/9-5 including Maths and English at minimum C/4 grade plus a portfolio of artwork and evidence of written work
Final grades will give the following maximum UCAS points score of:
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