You should have or expect to gain either:
- A first or upper second-class honours degree, with psychology or a related discipline as a main field of study, or
- An equivalent qualification from an overseas institution.
Special consideration is given to applications from mature students without the required formal qualifications where there is evidence of relevant work experience in a position of significant responsibility.
Months of entry
Learn how psychological knowledge is created while receiving practical training in a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods.
This course is suited to students with an undergraduate-level knowledge of psychological research methods who wish to broaden and deepen their research skills. This will probably be with a view towards managing their own research projects. This could be in academia, or in a variety of other work settings where the ability to survey opinions, interpret data meaningfully, and construct and test hypotheses, is valued.
This programme provides training in psychological research methods, including research design, statistical methods, and relevant software, but also offers a range of supplementary options from several other psychology masters programmes.
It covers an array of methodological content which will provide you with the skills necessary to engage in research in public or private-sector organisations, or alternatively continue on to a PhD in preparation for an academic research career.
By offering modules from several masters programmes, this course will allow you to gain broad-ranging research skills that leave your future options open, whilst allowing you to engage with a range of students on more specialised programmes, thus providing specific practical examples to help ground abstract research concepts.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Enquiries
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