The Department of Psychology currently offers four taught courses at masters level.
The masters course is taken over one year full-time, although part-time options are also available. All our masters programmers have core and options modules, making them flexible. Individuals are encouraged to work with their supervisors in planning a path through their programme which best caters for their academic interests.
Provides a bridge between undergraduate study and PhD research in cognitive neuroscience, with substantial hands-on experience of MRI, MEG and TMS.
This MSc in Development, Disorders and Clinical Practice combines theoretical grounding in development and its disorders, with practical experience in clinical assessment and diagnosis.
The programme combines specifically focused modules relevant for Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience with courses teaching general principles of psychological research design, statistics and key transferable skills.
An equal balance of practice-based, methodological and theoretically driven modules designed to foster autonomy within the bounds of professional practice.
We also offer a MSc in Forensic Psychology Studies course.
Provides the analytical and practical skills required for undertaking research at PhD level, but also a firm foundation for future success in other career areas.