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The MSc Occupational Psychology is targeted at high calibre graduates of psychology who are intending to pursue a career in occupational psychology in its various guises and other associated careers.
Our aim is to support each student (under appropriate supervision) to be well prepared to become a practitioner-in-training, prepared to manage the unique challenges and opportunities presented by applying the principles and practice of occupational psychology in work-place settings by:
In accordance with BPS Programme standards, students joining the course will normally need to possess an Honours degree in psychology, gained at a pass mark of 2:1 or higher (or its equivalent) and holding GBC* accreditation, or a psychology conversion course which confers GBC.
Students holding a 2.2 in Psychology but with a clear rationale for taking the course together with demonstrable experience may apply and will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the Course Team.
Full requirements are available on our website.
Part-time (cost per year of study) £4250 (for Year One*)
Part-time (cost per year of study) £7,750 (for Year One*)