Psychology is the study of human behaviour, development and experience. It is concerned with individual psychological processes and the social context of how we think, act, and interact with the world around us. Psychologists use scientific methods, such as observation, testing, and statistical analysis to explore all aspects of our behaviour to understand how and why we react in the ways that we do. The Psychology department at Manchester Metropolitan University provides one of the most diverse teaching curricula in the UK investigating and examining Psychological development throughout the human lifespan. We have built a reputation for delivering challenging and rewarding programmes covering the full spectrum of disciplines and research areas from cognitive to critical, health to community, and quantitative to qualitative. With internationally renowned researchers, counsellors, forensic and community Psychologists making up our academic staff, you will experience a high quality learning experience provided by a range of experts who draw on their own experiences, research activities and interests to inform their teaching. Philosophers seek to answer questions of universal importance, about the nature of reality, our knowledge about the world, and the truth of our existence. Our philosophy degree will leave you equipped to understand and engage with the ideas and concerns that shape our lives. At MMU you will be able to explore the full richness of philosophy, both past and present. We offer courses that span the range of philosophical questions, and different philosophical traditions, ensuring that you are able to achieve a balanced understanding of the subject.