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Make a difference. BSc (Hons) Education Studies and Psychology
New for 2011 BSc (Hons) Education Studies and Psychology The School of Education and the School of Psychology have validated a new BSc (Hons) in Education Studies and Psychology to start from October 2011 and will be available to students applying for University courses from 2010-11 onwards.
Modules to be delivered on the BSc (Hons) Education Studies and Psychology Semester 1
Duration: Three years full-time honours degree Entry requirements: AAB/340 points or equivalent for other qualifications UCAS code: check our website.
Graduate Passport Scheme
This programme is designed for students who possess a broad range of interests in the interdisciplinary area of Education and Psychology. As such, it provides a valuable first qualification for those seeking employment in a variety of related settings including private or public sectors, social and educational research, local authorities, educational development within community learning, education welfare or education-related work within charity organisations. In addition, it will provide a useful stepping stone to further study in education or psychology, either masters and then doctorate level, or in PGCE Primary and Post- Compulsory Education and Training.
Introduction to psychology Module One
Research methods and data analysis Module One
Introduction to contemporary Issues in education
Free option choice School module OR Psychology module OR Free option
Introduction to psychology
Introduction to research in education
Free option Introduction to social justice choice School module and inclusion OR Psychology module OR Free option
Language & memory
Employability & working in educational settings
Politics, policy & economics in education
Individual differences: personality & intelligence
Research methods in education
Leading & managing education OR Understanding learning: digital literacies
Psychology seminar option
Psychology seminar option OR Lifelong & work-related learning OR Current issues in teaching & learning in schools
Emerging Dissertation approaches The new (double module with ÂŁxxx million School ofeducation Education to education building offers or two single modules with state of the art facilities. research psychology)
Psychology seminar option
Social justice & inclusive education
Psychology seminar option OR International perspectives on global issues in education OR Education & teaching for health and wellness
How can you find out more?
Contact one of our tutor: Dr Julie Price email: J.Price@southampton.ac.uk telephone: 023 8059 7521 www.southampton.ac.uk/education