The BSc Psychology is a new four year, full-time honours degree (Level 8). This unique programme provides a comprehensive undergraduate education in Psychology and includes learning in the workplace. This blend of scientific theory and real-world application gives students a chance to develop incredibly valuable critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills. Psychology is an excellent choice for prospective students wishing to develop their understanding of why people think, feel and behave as they do. As a scientific endeavour, this research-led programme also encourages critical thinking, problem-solving and digital skills.
Psychology graduates enjoy some of the best career opportunities across the globe. Many will go on to study at postgraduate level and some will seek a career as a Psychologist in areas such as clinical, educational, coaching, counselling, forensic, health, academia, neuropsychology, work/organisational, or sport.
A majority of Psychology graduates will find rewarding careers in an allied profession. The understanding of people and development of inherently useful skills makes careers in healthcare, communications and marketing, human resourcing and development, management, and data analysis accessible options.
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- Full Time
High school graduation diploma with a GPA of 3.3 or above, which must include English, another language and mathematics and 1 AP subject with a Grade 3 or better plus composite SAT score of 1350 or a minimum ACT score of 28.
Non-EU Student Contribution Payable each academic year is €6,000.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1. EU Student Contribution Payable each academic year is €3,000.
Ireland bases its tuition rates on residence (3 of the last 5 years living in the EU) despite whether you're an EU citizen or not. In other words, only those who have resided in an EU country 3 of the last 5 years are eligible for the discounted rates. The state will pay the tuition fees for EU students who are eligible under the Free Fees Scheme (www.studentfinance.ie). Students may be eligible for full or partial financial support towards the Student Contribution from Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) if certain criteria are met (www.susi.ie).
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning