Can you do a degree in neuroscience with psychology as your only science alevel??Watch this thread
You may want to look into such options at e.g. Southampton, Manchester, Birmingham etc, among many others.
I am in my first year of sixth form and am doing psychology, sociology and dance. All or not most of the universities i’ve been looking at require at least biology or chemistry alevel to do neuroscience as a degree. I was wondering if maybe there are any uni’s out there that i can get into with the alevels i’m doing
Even 'lower' Unis will want at least one science. So if you are determined to do this, look at one of the Foundation degrees for those with the 'wrong' A levels - example, Southampton https://www.southampton.ac.uk/course...s/science.page
For Foundation programmes:
- 70% overall & pass all modules
- Foundation programme must contain Biology – Admissions Tutor to decide whether enough Biology has been covered
standard GCSE requirements also apply
We also consider some BTECS and Access to science qualifications but again we would require Biology and in some instances another core science.
Our Psychology courses have some pathways that do not require a science