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MSc in Psychology and Wellbeing

Dublin City University    Faculty of Science and Health

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time

About the course

The MSc in Psychology and Wellbeing is the next step for psychology graduates aspiring to bring strong theoretical and practical knowledge of factors influencing wellbeing to their work or future career. It is an ideal programme for those engaging in continuing professional development or those looking for a stepping stone to a research career, clinical doctorate or other professional training. The focus of this programme is on the impact of psychological, societal, environmental and physical factors on the wellbeing of communities, families and individuals throughout their lives. This programme, at level nine of the National Framework of Qualifications, covers a comprehensive curriculum with a strong focus on practical and research skills. It is offered on both a full-time (one year) and part-time (two years) basis.

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Entry Requirements

Have a relevant undergraduate degree in psychology with a H2.1 or equivalent
Candidates must demonstrate eligibility for graduate membership of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). Specifically:
The study of psychology should be spread over at least three conventional academic years
The modules upon which their primary degree classification is calculated consisted of at least 50% psychology modules.
These modules must cover the core areas of psychology as identified by the PSI Biological Bases of Behaviour, Developmental and Lifespan Psychology, Social Psychology, Personality and Individual Differences, Cognitive Psychology, Research Design, Quantitative and Qualitative Methods (including Practical Component).

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