- Part time 2-5 years
- £14,000 GBP (total tuition fee)
£1,166.66 GBP (price per program)
- 10 programs
- Start dates
- 18 May 2020 (apply by 22 May 2020)
14 Sep 2020 (apply by 18 Sep 2020)
18 Jan 2021 (apply by 22 Jan 2021)
What do I need to apply?
The criteria for entry are: an Honours degree in a relevant subject (e.g. psychology, business, social science or science); or a lower/upper second or first class award.
Applicants who do not meet one or both of the two criteria above but have relevant experience will also be considered for entry on an individual basis.
For EU and international students with English as a foreign language: this degree requires IELTS of 6.5 overall.
How much will it cost?
September 2019 start: £14,000
January 2020 start: £14,000
May 2020 start: £14,000
What are the learning outcomes?
As a student of this accredited degree, you will be entitled to become a member of the Association for Business Psychology (ABP) and gain access to discounts on the price of attending the annual conference as well as other ABP events.
A student who successfully completes the degree will have achieved the following learning outcomes.
• A comprehensive knowledge and understanding of how psychology can be applied to business, including research and theory in the areas of wellbeing, psychological assessment, learning, training, development, leadership, engagement, motivation, consumer behaviour, marketing and advertising.
• A critical understanding of how psychology can be applied to global, real world questions, situations, and contexts for the benefit of individuals, teams and organisations.
• Experiences to develop the skills and confidence needed to apply psychological principles in a real world business environment.
• A critical understanding of themselves as practitioners, psychology as a science, and the way psychology can be applied in the workplace.
• A critical understanding of psychological research paradigms, research methods, data analyses, theories and knowledge-generation.
• A critical approach to the identification, analysis, evaluation, and application of psychological research evidence and theory ie psychological literature.
• A range of transferable skills including, but not necessarily limited to, working independently and within teams, numerical and reasoning skills, digital literacy, communicating effectively in a variety of media to different audiences with scientific argument and sensitivity, and appropriate self-management strategies to organise time and workloads.
• A range of subject-specific skills surrounding critical evaluation, professional and ethical conduct, consultancy and evidence-based practice.
• To demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the principles of consultancy and the theories and practices found in leadership.