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Research Methods for Psychology (Introduction)

Classes

Thursday 13 January - Thursday 24 March 2022, 6pm-9pm

13 sessions - Check class timetable

Thursday 28 April - Thursday 14 July 2022, 6pm-9pm

13 sessions - Check class timetable

Thursday 28 April - Thursday 14 July 2022, 6pm-9pm

13 sessions - Check class timetable

Overview

Our Research Methods for Psychology (Introduction) short course provides you with an overview of, and introduction to, research methods in psychology, and supports evaluation of theory and research in psychology.

Assessment is via a 1500-word laboratory report (50%), two one-hour timed assessments (30% and 10%) and a worksheet portfolio (10%).

There may be multiple instances of the class starting on the same date and at the same time. This allows us to offer additional places and you can enrol on any that have availability.

This can be taken as a standalone short course or as a part of:

15 credits at level 4

  • Entry requirements

    Entry requirements

    Most of our short courses have no formal entry requirements and are open to all students.

    You will normally either need to have taken, or be taking at the same time, one of the short courses which are part of our Applied Psychology Cert HE or Psychology Cert HE.

    As part of the enrolment process, you may be required to submit a copy of a suitable form of ID.

    International students who wish to come to the UK to study a short course can apply for a Visitor visa. Please note that it is not possible to obtain a Student visa to study a short course.

  • How to apply

    How to apply

    You register directly onto the classes you would like to take. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis - so apply early. If you wish to take more than one short course, you can select each one separately and then register onto them together via our online application portal. There is usually no formal selection process, although some modules may have prerequisites and/or other requirements, which will be specified where relevant.