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University of Huddersfield, Full Time MSc Degrees in Psychology

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This exciting and unique course currently offers. Teaching from research active staff who are up-to-date with the latest developments in their fields. Read more
This exciting and unique course currently offers:

• Teaching from research active staff who are up-to-date with the latest developments in their fields.

• Training in research methods, helping to prepare you for further study as a professional psychologist.

• The chance to undertake your own research with the support of an established practitioner.

• Access to specialist software for statistical analysis.

This course has been designed for graduates who have previously studied some psychology in their undergraduate degree, which was not a course accredited by the BPS. Delivered by a strong Psychology teaching team with research interests across the broad range of the discipline, success ful completion of the course currently leads to a qualification that confers eligibility for Graduate Basis for Chartered membership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society (BPS). The GBC allows application for entry on to all accredited postgraduate courses with the BPS for those who wish to undertake professional training in psychology.

The course aims to provide you with a sound preparation for professional training in psychology, as well as an insight into the related discipline areas. This covers six major content areas: Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Psychobiology, Individual Differences and Conceptual and Historical Issues, plus research design and implementation, together with option modules examining the professional psychology routes.

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This exciting course currently offers. Intensive training on advanced statistical methods, which may open doors into many jobs beyond crime and investigations. Read more
This exciting course currently offers:

• Intensive training on advanced statistical methods, which may open doors into many jobs beyond crime and investigations.

• A range of visiting speakers including experts from around the world and police officers talking about real life cases.

• Access to a unique and extensive Investigative Psychology archive developed by Professor David Canter, containing original case files and material on murders, serial killers, profiles and publications.

• Specialist software for statistical and crime analysis.

• Opportunities to engage with Centres within the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences (IRCAHS).

• An international network of law enforcement contacts.

The course is currently accredited by the British Psychological Society and recognised as the first step towards status as a Chartered Forensic Psychologist in the UK for students who have Graduate Basis for Chartership.

Investigative psychology is the systematic science that developed out of early ‘offender profiling' contributions by psychologists and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to police investigations and court cases. In recent years this sub-discipline has become an increasingly dominant area of forensic psychology.

The course covers the full range of contributions that professional psychologists can make including the legal and investigative process; evaluating the validity of suspect or witness accounts; assessing the decision-making processes of detectives or jurors; to developing profiling inferences about the likely characteristics of an offender and predicting their likely home location.

Much of this expertise is predicated upon the detailed understanding of criminal action patterns, so intensive examinations of the variations in criminal behavioural style are a central feature of this course.

This course aim to provide in-depth expertise in all aspects of Investigative Psychology as developed by the originator of the discipline Professor David Canter. It has a strong research emphasis, helping to equip you with the expertise to conduct your own crime research projects in diverse professional contexts.

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This course currently offers you the opportunity to. Critically study research methods and data analysis within a multidisciplinary framework providing you with rigorous practical and applied training in social research. Read more
This course currently offers you the opportunity to:

• Critically study research methods and data analysis within a multidisciplinary framework providing you with rigorous practical and applied training in social research.

• Complete a course that is designed to meet the postgraduate training requirements of the Economic and Social Research Council and the training needs of those undertaking social science (and related disciplinary) doctoral research.

• Access online teaching, discussion groups, tutorial support, tests and assessments via the University's virtual learning environment. .

• Enhance your skills and gain a degree from anywhere in the world, university attendance is not required.

• Receive teaching and support from experienced and active researchers who are acknowledged experts in their fields.

The course is designed to meet the postgraduate training requirements of the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). This may also meet your training needs if you are undertaking doctoral research related to social science, appraising research, undertaking workplace research or commissioning research in a wide range of professions including health, education and criminal justice.

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