Can people do a msc psychology course with a degree in business management?
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can i do msc without a degree in psy? watch
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Last edited by lorrybeep; 25-05-2006 at 01:28.
- 12-04-2006 18:59
- 12-04-2006 19:02
Erm I think you can actually in certain ones but you have to have lots of other things. For instance, for a counselling psych postgrad, they allow non-BSc people but they have to have considerable experience in the field and do a year foundation course or something. I think its possible for you, but much more difficult to accomplish
- 13-04-2006 19:12
Yeah i think it's pretty unlikely, as Nick said. Msc courses for psych are competitive enough for people WITH BScs, so I really doubt you'd be able to get in without a degree.
- 16-04-2006 09:30
I'm sure I posted an answer to this question elsewhere.
You can do a masters in psychology without a BSc in psychology.
Sussex, for example, do an MSc in Experimental Psychology which confers BPS recognition after completion. The course is officially recognised as a conversion course for non-psych graduates wanting to practice psychology in the future.Last edited by The Boosh; 16-04-2006 at 09:31.