Our BSc Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology course combines major topics in experimental psychology and neuroscience to offer a broad grounding in this exciting field of behavioural science.
The psychology component covers topics such as:
how humans and animals think (cognitive processes);
how the world is sensed (perception);
comparative and developmental studies;
The neuroscience component of the course covers topics such as:
learning and memory;
the action of drugs on the nervous system;
how humans and animals sense and respond to their environment.
Our degree is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), which means as well as providing a solid foundation for a career in biological sciences, it constitutes your first step towards professional chartered psychologist status.