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  Positive Psychology and Wellbeing MSc

Liverpool John Moores University    Faculty of Health

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Psychology (31)

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Are you interested in exploring the fascinating field of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing? Look no further than LJMU's MSc programme in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. This unique programme focuses on the virtues, strengths, and skills that contribute to happiness, wellbeing, and a meaningful life. Delve into topics such as happiness, character strengths, mindfulness, and positive neuroscience. With a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice, you'll learn from leading experts in the field and have the opportunity to engage with a positive psychology topic of your choice. Entry requirements include a 2:1 degree in Psychology or related fields, or equivalent professional qualifications and experience. Embark on this enriching journey today!

About the course

LJMU's Positive Psychology and Wellbeing MSc promotes the human virtues, strengths and skills at the heart of happiness, wellbeing and a meaningful, engaged life.

This course is available to study full-time or part-time.

  • Benefit from a theory-led and evidence-based approach to promoting wellbeing covering the breadth of Positive Psychology
  • Learn from leading experts in the field 
  • Deeply engage with a positive psychology topic of your choice
  • Enjoy a strong practice-based perspective
  • Develop sustained mindfulness meditation practice
  • Gain strengths-based workplace skills 

Positive psychology is a rapidly evolving field, which enriches the psychological work in a broad range of applied areas.

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Entry Requirements

- a second class honours degree in Psychology, including an upper second class mark (2.1) in your undergraduate dissertation
- a 2:1 in related fields (e.g. Social Science, Counselling, Educational Studies, Business Studies, and Social Enterprise Studies) in combination with a 2:1 in your undergraduate dissertation (or similar work)
- equivalent professional qualifications and experience

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