Goldsmiths, University of London
Psychology of Social Relations
You should have (or expect to be awarded) an undergraduate degree of at least upper 2nd class standard in Psychology or a closely related social science discipline (eg sociology, health sciences, education etc) with a research component.
The programme is comprised of 5 core modules totalling 150 credits and 2 optional modules totalling 30 credits.
Core modules: Critical issues in the psychological study of social relations; statistical methods; research, design and analysis; qualitative research methods; independent research project of your choice, supervised by leading experts in the field.
Optional modules: 2 modules from a range offered in the Department of Psychology, including social-moral development; self and relationships; social psychology of social problems; organisational behaviour; psychology and education; addictive behaviours.
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