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Clinical Aspects of Psychology - MSc


Course Description

About the course:
-Join a School whose world-leading developmental psychopathology research, and NHS-partnered clinics and training centres offer invaluable research placement opportunities
-Develop your analytical ability, methods awareness and critical thinking through a research-intensive programme
-Gain the skills to move on to clinical or research posts, or further clinical training

WHAT WILL YOU STUDY?

Sample modules:
-Methods in clinical psychology
-Psychological treatments
-Introduction to evidence-based psychological treatment
-Topics in developmental psychopathology
-Clinical psychology

Please note that all modules are subject to change.

EMPLOYABILITY

All of our MSc programmes are research intensive, providing essential training in analytical ability, methods awareness and critical thinking, among other fundamental transferable skills.

Our MSc Clinical Aspects of Psychology programme has a long-standing reputation for preparing students to undertake PhD research and postgraduate clinical training. Our students have moved on to PhD positions, research assistant or assistant psychologist posts in the NHS and private sector, clinical training, as well as non-psychology positions in industry.

Visit the Clinical Aspects of Psychology - MSc page on the University of Reading website for more details!

Entry Requirements

As our popular programmes are consistently oversubscribed we advise early applications (prior to May each year) since we cannot accept applicants once the programmes are full. Entrants are normally required to have obtained a good first or second class UK honours degree (or equivalent from a university outside the UK) in psychology or a related discipline (for example, cognitive neuroscience).

Last Updated

12 January 2017

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