City's Psychology BSc course is BPS-accredited with the opportunity for you to graduate with a BPS accredited BSc Psychology degree in one of four specialised area of Psychology. The BSc (Hons) Psychology at City is an excellent introduction to many careers. Graduates have found that the keys skills learnt have found them roles in schools, charities, the NHS and the Crown Prosecution Service. The course is accredited by the BPS and comprises the first stage of qualifying as a Chartered Psychologist. It also provides the necessary first degree qualification for further education on BPS-accredited Masters and Doctoral level courses. In addition to the BSc Psychology degree we provide the opportunity for you to graduate with a BPS accredited BSc Psychology degree in a specialised area of Psychology. All students that enter our BSc Psychology route and can apply to specialise in one of the 4 pathways (Counselling and Health, Organisational Psychology and Behavioural Economics, Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience or Child Development) or continue with their BSc Psychology degree. You can make this choice at the end of your 2nd year. You can enter a specialised pathway and will study modules related to this pathway and conduct your honours research project in that field in your 3rd year. The BSc (Hons) Psychology at City encourages analytical and critical thinking while developing an understanding of the complex interactions between the human mind, brain, behaviour and experience. This combination of educating by both research-active academics and practitioners gives you a wide range of learning, experiences and insights. You can therefore use the BSc Psychology as a step towards further study or into a career. City's Psychology BSc degree is taught by enthusiastic experts who dedicate their time to your development: academic, personal and professional. Our academics are actively researching in these fields: - Cognitive neuroscience - Autism, Memory - Decision making - Low and high level cognition - Child development - Health - Occupational - Counselling psychology.