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Applied Psychology (BA Degree)



As a student on the BA Applied Psychology, you get a chance to engage with a wide breadth of topics. The degree follows a rich, varied and challenging curriculum, from history to neuroscience, culture to biology, from children to the elderly, from professional skills to statistical and laboratory skills. The scope of psychology can be seen in the variety of areas that staff in Applied Psychology in UCC research, which includes examining:

  • how children learn and develop
  • sensorimotor processes such as those involved in falling
  • the interpersonal processes involved in caring which may lead to healthier, experientially richer ageing
  • people’s engagement with social media and games and how technology could be designed to give people a chance for a richer life
  • adolescent health and wellbeing and how it can be improved

We aim to provide you with an education in Psychology which meets the highest world standards, while recognising our established and on-going commitment to the application and use of that knowledge.

The BA Applied Psychology is accredited by the Psychological Society of Ireland, which entitles you to apply for postgraduate training in psychology in the specific area in which you choose to specialise.

 

Training ProviderUniversity College Cork (UCC)
Course LocationCork, Ireland
Course CategoryPsychology, Healthcare & Medicine
Course TypeClassroom Based
Course Duration3 years
Course Fee€3,165
Entry Requirements2 x H5, 4 x O6/H7; O6/H7 in another language
Course CodeCK120
For information about University College Cork (UCC), please visit our Training Provider page on Whichcollege.ie by clicking here.

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