This course is the only one in the UK that offers Psychology of Religion by distance learning. It attracts student from both the UK and Europe.
Students are encouraged to go out and undertake their own unique research projects within different areas of the discipline including: individual differences; Mental health religion and culture; Social psychology of religious experience, belief and behaviour; Positive psychology of religion.
This course encourages you to ask questions about religious belief and practice and how this impacts individuals and society.
Key Course Features
-Online course – fit study around your schedule. -Flexible learning. -Unique course in an exciting area of psychology. -Active team of researchers in this area. -Coursework includes, essays, book reviews, research reports and a dissertation.
What Will You Study?
There are two core modules. An introduction to the psychology of religion which gives you a broad introduction to the field and research methods which provides you with the tools to enable you to undertake your own research in the area.
Learning is flexible. For each module you are expected to post to the forum and engage with the debates on the forum at least twice a week. There is reading to do each week and to consider and relate to the forum posts. Modules run over 12 weeks and with the exception of the two core modules you can decide in discussion with your module tutor the question you wish to ask for each module.
The information listed in this section is an overview of the academic content of the programme that will take the form of either core or option modules. Modules are designated as core or option in accordance with professional body requirements and internal academic framework review, so may be subject to change.
Assessment and Teaching
The programme will be assessed in a number of different ways including essay, portfolio, research reports, book/article reviews, dissertation.
Some of or students have gone onto study for their PhD. Others have used the course as CPD for their current employment – for example pastoral workers.
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Applicants are normally expected to have at least a 2:2 at undergraduate or equivalent. The course is open to graduates of different disciplines and not just psychology. You need an interest in the subject and an enquiring mind.
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