Psychology Msc

This is an an online conversion course, fully accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), designed to help students with a non-Psychology degree gain a Psychology Master's qualification.

This course has been designed for students wanting to pursue careers in chartered areas of psychology who need to gain the psychological background in order to gain the accreditation by the BPS. This distance learning (online) course allows you to study around your own commitments, reflecting the inclusivity at the heart of Birmingham City University.

Entry Requirements

Applications from international applicants with equivalent qualifications are welcome

IELTS     

  • 6.0 overall with 5.5 minimum in all bands

Career Prospects

To pursue a career as a professional psychologist further training at MSc and or doctorate level is required. This can lead to employment in the areas of:

  • Clinical neuropsychology

  • Educational psychology

  • Forensic psychology

  • Health psychology

  • Occupational psychology

  • Counselling psychology

  • Teaching and research

  • Sports and exercise science.

GBC graduates who do not wish to pursue a career in Professional Psychology also enter into employment areas such as, recruitment consultancy, human resources, civil service, researcher and data analyst, Improving Access

Course Details


We focus on ensuring the core elements of psychology are taught in an applied, real-world context. We expect you to be active in the online learning community bringing your experiences, ideas and questions to the forefront of the learning journey.

The coursework is designed in such a way that you can tailor it to your interests, whilst developing your softer, employability skills as well.

The course will allow you to interact and learn alongside students from all over the country and the world, expanding your networks and perceptions of psychology.


Quantitative Research Methods 20 credits
Lifespan Development 20 credits
Psychopathology and Individual Differences 20 credits
Brain and Cognition 20 credits
Applied Social Psychology 20 credits
Qualitative Research Methods 20 credits
Dissertation 60 credits

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