Are you thinking of earning a Masters degree in Psychology? In this balanced Masters programme, which is both theoretically and practically oriented, you deal with topics such as understanding and analysing human behaviour and interactions. This means you will gain theoretical insights and verify these with practical exercises.
This approach not only gives you knowledge in behavioural genetics, cognitive neuroscience or psycho-neuro-immunology, but also practical skills for diagnostic and research methods.
The two types of Masters degree in Psychology are the Master of Science (MSc) and the Master of Arts (MA). An MSc degree is focused on research and neurosciences, whereas an MA degree focuses on psychological theory and the contribution of psychology in a social context.
Both types generally involve a period of study that lasts two to three years. Most universities require applicants to have a successfully completed Bachelors degree in Psychology.
With a Masters degree in Psychology your career opportunities are diverse. For instance, as a specialist in clinical psychology you can either work in hospitals, psychotherapeutic institutions or rehabilitation facilities. However, if you are interested in becoming a professional psychologists with your own establishment, job options are limited and require further qualifications.
|Behavioural Science (Research)||Radboud University|
|Interventions in Childhood||Jönköping University|
|Cognitive Neuroscience||Radboud University|
|Genes in Behaviour and Health (Research)||Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam|
|Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology||Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam|
|Psychology and Education (Conversion)||University of Sheffield|
|Trauma Science (Military and Austere)||Queen Mary University of London|
|Social Development Practice||University College London|
|Psychology of Mental Health||London Metropolitan University|
|Health Psychology||Middlesex University London|
|Foundations in Clinical Psychology and Health Services||Goldsmiths, University of London|
|Psychology of Advertising||Lancaster University|
|Clinical Aspects of Psychology||University of Reading|
|Psychological Therapies||University of Worcester|
|Research Methods in Psychology||University of Southampton|
|Psychological Studies (Conversion)||University of Glasgow|
|Psychotherapy and Counselling||Regent's University London|
|Psychodynamics of Human Development||Birkbeck, University of London|
|Health Psychology||University of Derby|
|Clinical Applications of Psychology||Kingston University|
|Occupational Psychology||Goldsmiths, University of London|
|Forensic Psychology||Newcastle University|
|Psychology of Sport||University of Stirling|
|Business Psychology||University of Gloucestershire|
|Psychoanalytic Studies||Birkbeck, University of London|
|Psychodynamic Counselling||University of Essex|
|Applied Psychology (Therapies)||University of Salford|
|Applied Sport And Exercise Psychology||Staffordshire University|
|Psychology||University of Bradford|
|Health Psychology||University of St Andrews|
|Psychological Approaches to Health and Management||University of Bedfordshire|
|Psychology||Liverpool Hope University|
|Developmental Psychology||University of East Anglia|
|Psychology||University of Sussex|