On this British Psychological Society-accredited course you will gain a strong grounding in key theories and research methods of cognitive psychology. You will also have the chance to study Psychology and Risk; Psychology of Language, Mind, Brain and Personality; Brain and Behaviour; and Social and Affective Neuroscience. Advanced option topics will cover areas such as neuroscience, biological psychology, linguistics, and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (FMRI) and EEG research techniques. In your final year, you will design and implement an individual research project which is related to cognitive psychology. Past students have researched areas such as autism, face perception, visual perception and attention, and brain activity in relation to social and non-social stimuli. This course is ideal if you are interested in a career in data science, mental and physical rehabilitation, neuroscience, clinical psychology or computer science. It will also provide you with a firm base for further postgraduate study in cognitive psychology, if you choose that path.