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Months of entry
January, March, May, September, November
This part-time online masters programme is a BPS-accredited MSc for psychology graduates working in healthcare and related fields. The programme provides Stage 1 Training towards becoming a Registered Health Psychologist, and is designed to enhance your knowledge of applying psychology to health, illness and wellbeing.
Over 6 core modules you will cover the individual, social and cultural contexts and perspectives in health psychology, and the methods and applications in research and practice. The chance to specialise in a research area of particular interest will be available in a supervised, independent dissertation, worth 60 out of a total of 180 credits.
This Health Psychology MSc links theory and practice, building your capabilities and knowledge of research methods, ethical, legal and professional practice guidelines, behaviour change techniques, communication methods, and other highly transferrable skills. These learning outcomes are useful in a range of professions and roles. Across disciplines, graduates really make a tangible impact on people’s ability to deal with the emotional and psychological effects of their health.
So if want to become a Registered Health Psychologist or are looking to improve your competency in your current role, this flexible and well-respected programme, taught by an experienced and BPS-commended Faculty is for you.
Information for international students
Academic IELTS 6.0 (with no band score less than 5.5), or a Trinity ISE Pass at level III.
Fees and funding
A 10% Alumni Discount is available for eligible candidates.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time24-48 months
- Online learningis available for this qualification
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