King’s College London
We have designed our Intercalated Psychology BSc programme to provide medical students with a solid grounding in three core areas of psychology. We will also teach you transferable key research skills and knowledge which you will apply to a research project. Dental, veterinary and 3rd year undergraduate Biomedical Science students can also apply to this programme.
Find out more information, including details on how to apply on our Intercalated BSc pages.
- One-year programme leading to an intercalated BSc.
- Expert teaching from some of the most eminent scientists in their fields of study.
- Training in research techniques that leads to an individual project.
You will study three seminar and lecture-based modules: Abnormal Psychology; Cognitive Neuropsychology; and Health & Illness across the Lifespan. You will also complete the Research Methods & Statistics module, where you’ll learn how to conduct a piece of research from initial question to final report. This module prepares you for, and helps you with, designing, conducting, analysing and reporting your individual research projects. You will learn transferable skills, such as critical evaluation and verbal and written presentation of research. Such skills are essential, particularly if you want to conduct research in your future career, whichever area of medicine you go into.
External students must have first time passes for years 1 and 2 and all SSCs.
King’s students: 27th January 2020
Non-King’s students: 2nd March 2020