Are you interested in what makes people tick? Are you fascinated by how we develop throughout our lives from birth to old age and the relationships between individuals and their society?
Do you enjoy discovering the mysteries of human behaviour and understanding the complicated emotions we have such as love, joy, guilt and shame?
If so, this course will really excite you. You'll enjoy an interactive learning experience that will help you make sense of yourself and the world around you. We value your own life experiences on this course, and we're passionate about providing the best student experience.
You'll gain a different outlook on life as well as a range of skills that will equip you for a wide variety of jobs when you leave us. That could be anything from helping those afflicted by drug abuse or mental health issues to taking on a communications role.
It will also give you the foundation to embark on further training or study, including a postgraduate degree at UEL.
Making a Social Scientist
Psychosocial Perspectives of Psychology
The Psychosocial Imagination
Constructions of Identity
Research Methods in Social Sciences
The Ways We Live: Culture and the Inner World
Mental Disorder and Psychological Treatment
Professional Psychosocial Practice
Psychosocial Approaches to Constructions of Difference
An exciting innovation of this programme is that in Year 3 we have clustered our option choices around career paths, to give you the best guidance possible around what you want to do for a career. You will be guided in your choices throughout to ensure that you are studying modules that link to where you see yourself working in the future.
Relational and Reflective Practice in Community Settings
Psychoanalysis, Culture & Religion
Living with HIV: Experiences, Representations and Making Change
The Psychotherapies: Theory & Practice
Emotion Studies: Mind & Body
Black, White or Asian: What's Your Problem?
Enhancing Employability through project based learning
Working With Children and Young People
Cybercultures: Life Online
Dis/Ability: Experiences and Representations
Sexualities, Social Practices, and Cross Cultural Perspectives
Endings: Death, Dying and Beyond
We'll assess you throughout your course and give you regular feedback. Coursework makes up most of the assessment process. However, you'll also undertake seen exams, research reports, group and seminar presentations and project work.
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When they say East, they mean pretty far east! The campus and accommodation are located right on the Thames in Beckton, and traveling into Central via the DLR offers a nice scenic route into London. The teaching was great, too – my tutors really cared, and were devoted to the local area which was great in my first year when I wasn’t too sure about living in London.
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Set for Year 1 for International at £12,100
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