Admission to the course requires a level of psychological knowledge and skills which is normally provided by an accredited Honours degree in Psychology. We also require some study of research methods at Undergraduate level.
Those that do not hold a degree in psychology require:
- evidence of practical experience in a relevant area;
- evidence of a relevant undergraduate degree with research methods training (e.g. business, science, human resources) at the level of 2:2 or above;
- evidence of particular achievements at undergraduate level which indicate strengths in occupational psychology.
Months of entry
If you enjoy working in a business environment and are interested in how to improve effectiveness at both a corporate and individual level, this professionally accredited course sets you on the path to becoming a practising Occupational Psychologist and Chartered Psychologist.
Accredited by British Psychological Society (BPS), the course confers stage one of two training levels required to be a registered Occupational Psychologist. You’ll be taught by our highly respected and experienced course team, which includes staff who are qualified themselves, who sit on the BPS Board of Assessors in Occupational Psychology and the Division of Occupational Psychology Training Committee, which promotes the professional interests of occupational psychologists.
You should gain a thorough grounding in the theory and practical skills necessary to apply evidence-based social psychological research in the workplace. We cover a wide range of topics, such as work and wellbeing, psychological assessment at work, leadership, engagement and motivation and learning, training and development.
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
This course can be studied on campus or online.
Course contact details
- Recruitment and Admissions Office
- +44 (0) 24 7765 4321