Healthcare and Psychology
Psychologists attempt to understand the role of a person’s mental functions in their individual behaviour and how they behave in a social environment. A Psychology degree can make you highly employable. Also studying Healthcare can lead to a career in law, social work, teaching, business and much more.
Why study Healthcare and Psychology courses?
Psychology allows you to understand the principles of what makes people tick. Reliant on scientific methods, the statistics involved are tricky to understand, but worth it in the long run. You’ll be taught to think critically. A great number of methods taught are focused on this outcome, and it’s a superb skill to have for your future career.
What jobs can you get as a Healthcare and Psychology graduate?
Particular job roles, as well as psychologist, include counsellor, social worker, teacher and lecturer, forensic psychologist, and working in sport and exercise, advertising, careers advice, HR, and market research.
- Adult Nursing Practice
- Applied Human Nutrition
- Biomedical Science
- Mental Health and Psychological
- Health, Nutrition and
- Exercise Science
- Psychology (Child
- Development and Education)
- Psychology (Counselling and Mental Health)
- Psychology (Forensic and Psychopathology)
- Social Work