Three years full-time.
Six years part-time.
2019 entry: 112 UCAS tariff points (or above)
Please see Entry Requirements below.
Psychology developed from early origins in philosophy, medicine and psychiatry to emerge as a dynamic and popular independent science, providing insights into the complexities of the human condition.
Studied together with Business Management, this course equips you with the skills to understand and critically analyse the relationship between people and their business and organisational environments.
As well as having British Psychological Society (BPS) accreditation*, this programme also reflects our ethos and research strengths, in particular our commitment to creative and critical teaching and research which has a genuine impact and ‘makes a difference’.
Whilst developing a comprehensive understanding of the main theories, branches and approaches of psychology, you will also develop your knowledge of the complex interaction between psychology and business. This will open the door to many potential careers.
An emphasis on the science of psychology underpins our research methods and data analysis, giving you valuable experience in designing, conducting, analysing and reporting data, developing you as an independent researcher in your own right.
Psychology graduates have highly developed problem-solving, analytical and research skills, and excellent information and data management skills. When you graduate, you will be well equipped with the advanced skills and confidence to thrive in a wide variety of graduate occupations.
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The most recent figures available from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) reveal that 85% of Psychology graduates in 2014/15 found employment within six months of graduation. Around 60% of graduate jobs are open to graduates of any discipline and
Psychology graduates are well equipped with the advanced skills and confidence to thrive in a variety of occupations.
Psychology graduates are good at problem solving, have good analytical and research skills, and have excellent information and data management skills which makes them highly employable.
Employability is taken very seriously at University of Suffolk and employers are directly involved in a number of taught and additional sessions over the course of the degree.
A number of our graduates also go on to pursue further study in a relevant field.
Fees and finance
Tuition fees are subject to agreement by the Office for Students and we expect them to be confirmed in late autumn 2018.
- Full-time tuition fee: £9,250 p.a.
- Part-time tuition fee: £1,454 per 20 credits (Please contact the Infozone for further information)
- International tuition fee: £11,790 p.a.
- Detailed information about Tuition Fees.
- Find out more about Financial Support eligibility.
- Also see Loans and Grants.
- At University of Suffolk, your tuition fees provide access to all the usual teaching and learning facilities that you would expect. However, there may be additional costs associated with your course that you will need to budget for.
2019 entry: 112 UCAS tariff points (or above), BBC (A-Level), DMM (BTEC) or Access to HE Diploma - a minimum of 30 Level 3 credits at merit grade or above.
Plus GCSE grade A-C including English and Mathematics (or equivalent) or new GCSEs grade 4-9.
Also see How to Apply.
If you have previously studied at higher education level before you may be able to transfer credits to a related course at the University of Suffolk and reduce the period of study time necessary to achieve your degree.