Overview *Accredited by the British Psychological Society *Aimed at: Psychology graduates wishing to specialise in Sport and Exercise Psychology *Successful completion confers Stage 1 of training to become a Chartered (and HCPC-accredited) Sport and Exercise Psychologist *Engaging course team with a wealth of teaching, practitioner and research experience
Modules Research Methods and Data Analysis (45 credits) Research and Application in the Psychology of Sports Performance (15 credits) Social Processes in Sport and Exercise (15 credits) Psychological Skills for Practitioners (15 credits) Individual Differences in Sport and Exercise (15 credits) Dissertation (60 credits)
Performance Lifestyle (15 credits) OR Professional Development (15 credits)
Highlights *Outstanding Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (NSS equivalent) ratings *Commended for the range of facilities underpinning the programme *Commended for the knowledge base, research expertise and applied experience of the programme team *Commended for the range of pedagogies and approaches to learning and teaching *Commended for the approachability and supportive nature of the programme team *2014: 100% of student respondents would recommend the course to another prospective student (Formal commendations from BPS re-accreditation report, 2013)
The normal minimum entry requirement is an upper second class honours degree (2:1) in Psychology or Sport and Exercise Sciences. Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) of the British Psychological Society (BPS) is no longer required before taking this course; however, students wishing to enrol on Stage 2 practitioner training must have GBC either by virtue of their undergraduate degree or successfully completing a BPS-accredited conversion course.Students who hold a good honours degree in an unrelated subject who have successfully completed a BPS-accredited conversion course (e.g. Graduate Diploma in Psychology) are also eligible to apply.
Recipient: Brunel University London
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