Bachelor of Science (BSc) In Psychology

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  • Want to explore the workings of the human mind?
  • Can you tell the difference between schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder?
  • Interested in applying psychological theory to real-world situations and helping others?

Why not try the Warnborough BAppSc in Psychology and start making a difference?

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc) in Psychology degree is a broad-based psychology program designed to expose students to the disciplines of psychology and counselling.

240 ECTS credits

A short introductory, online module on Academic Writing must be completed at the very start of the degree. This module should take only a few hours to complete and is not examinable.

The student will be given access codes within a day of processing their enrolment, in order to immediately commence these initial studies.

Year 1 (80 ECTS credits)

Core (Compulsory) Modules
BPS101 Introduction to Psychology (8 ECTS credits)
BPS102 Psychology & Counselling (8 ECTS credits)
BPS108 Biopsychology l (8 ECTS credits)
BBS201 Project Management (8 ECTS credits)
Workplace (Compulsory) Projects:
BGN104 Industry Meetings (8 ECTS credits)
BGN102 Research Project I (8 ECTS credits)

Optional (Elective) Modules:
Four (4) modules need to be chosen from these electives.
BPS104 Child Psychology I (8 ECTS credits)
BPS106 Sports Psychology I (8 ECTS credits)
BPS103 Industrial Psychology (8 ECTS credits)
BPS107 Marketing Psychology I (8 ECTS credits)
BPS105 Educational Psychology (8 ECTS credits)
BRE101 Health & Fitness I (8 ECTS credits)
BRE102 Human Nutrition I (8 ECTS credits)
BPS111 Stress Management I (8 ECTS credits)
BRE105 Aromatherapy I (8 ECTS credits)
BBS110 Leadership (8 ECTS credits)
BSC110 Cell Biology (8 ECTS credits)
BSC101 Anatomy and Physiology (8 ECTS credits)

Year 2 (80 ECTS credits)

Core (Compulsory) Modules
BPS109 Counselling Skills I (8 ECTS credits)
BPS207 Professional Practice in Counselling (8 ECTS credits)
BPS201 Conflict Management (8 ECTS credits)
Workplace (Compulsory) Projects:
BGN201 Research Project II (8 ECTS credits)
BGN103 Workshop I (8 ECTS credits)

Optional (Elective) Modules:
Five (5) modules need to be chosen from the following electives.
BPS110 Counselling Skills II (8 ECTS credits)
BPS206 Counselling Techniques (8 ECTS credits)
BPS204 Biopsychology ll (8 ECTS credits)
BAG203 Animal Psychology (8 ECTS credits)
BPS203 Sports Psychology II (8 ECTS credits)
BPS107 Marketing Psychology II (8 ECTS credits)
BPS209 Grief Counselling (8 ECTS credits)
BPS208 Relationships Counselling (8 ECTS credits)
BRE101 Health & Fitness II (8 ECTS credits)
BRE201 Human Nutrition II (8 ECTS credits)
BBS202 Advertising & Promotions(8 ECTS credits)
BPS210 Developmental Psychology (8 ECTS credits)
BPS211 Adolescent Psychology (8 ECTS credits)

Year 3 (80 ECTS credits)

Core (Compulsory) Modules
BSC303 Statistics (8 ECTS credits)
BPS301 Professional Practice for Consultants (8 ECTS credits)
Workplace (Compulsory) Projects:
BGN202 Research Project III (8 ECTS credits)
BGN203 Workshop II (8 ECTS credits)

Optional (Elective) Modules:
Select an additional four (4) modules from the following options.
(Note: Upon approval, electives from other years may be accepted here)
BPS301 Professional Supervision (8 ECTS credits)
BWR301 Technical Writing (8 ECTS credits)
BPS304 Crisis Counselling (8 ECTS credits)
BPS305 Life Coaching (8 ECTS credits)
BPS205 Social Psychology I (8 ECTS credits)
BSC302 Biochemistry III (8 ECTS credits)
BRE301 Health & Fitness III (8 ECTS credits)
BRE302 Human Nutrition III (8 ECTS credits)
BGN103 Workshops (8 ECTS credits)
BBS303 Marketing Systems (8 ECTS credits)
BPS307 Abnormal Psychology (4 points)
BPS 309 Criminal Psychology (8 ECTS credits)
BPS215 Developmental, Learning and Behavioural Disorders in Children and Adolescents (8 ECTS credits)
BPS217 Ethics (8 ECTS credits)
BPS216 Managing Mental Health in Adults (8 ECTS credits)

Thirty (30) modules must be completed successfully for the degree to be awarded. Each module provides 8 ECTS credits toward the degree (a total of 240 ECTS credit must be attained for the degree to be awarded).

Upon enrolment, studies may commence within a few days. You will receive an email with an access code for our online learning system. You are required to do an orientation course in academic writing. All studies may be undertaken in the country where you live.

You will get unlimited email support for the entire program, including each individual module/course. In some cases, we can arrange for telephone support.

Check the Frequently Asked Questions page, or feel free to contact The Warnborough Team!