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BA (Honour) Course in Psychology

Starts in April, July, October and January

Develop Professional Skills

Those students who already hold a relevant Higher Education certification or Foundation Degree and desire to complete their Bachelor of Arts degree can enroll in this course in psychology program.
The Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Psychology and Criminal Behaviour is a level 6 top-up award that is primarily designed for students who have already graduated with a Foundation Degree in either Psychology and Crime or Psychology and Criminal Behaviour, as well as for students who are eligible to transfer into Level 6 from a Psychology-related degree program (i.e. who has successfully studied Levels 4 and 5 in a psychology related degree).
Alternatively, evidence of successful completion of two years of comparable study at degree levels 4 and 5, with the possibility to advance to level 6. Admission into the class will be based on a negotiation, and it will be required that candidates demonstrate that they have the necessary prior knowledge and abilities.

Entry Requirements

Students who want to get enrolled in the course are required to provide the following supporting documents:

  • A relevant Level 5 Diploma such as Qualifi Level 5 Diploma in Psychology (students need to submit both certificate and transcript on application)
  • A Diploma degree or equivalent or higher qualification
  • A copy of your valid photo ID
  • An updated Curriculum Vitae (a minimum of two years’ worth of management or professional experience at the graduate level; a summary of duties for each position.)
  • A level pass in English.
  • Award of Diploma degree which was studied and assessed in English

Information of the Program and its Execution

Course in Psychology

The psychology degree subjects that are covered in this class are broken up into several lessons called modules, and each lesson is worth a different amount of credits.
You are required to complete studies each year that are equivalent to a total of 120 credits. As an illustration, there may be four modules totaling 20 credits and one module totaling 40 credits.


We focus on employability and developing skills and experience employers appreciate. Graduates have the opportunity to pursue careers and find employment in a variety of fields within the clinical, educational, forensic, mental healthcare, occupational psychology, or special needs related industries. The following are examples of occupations:

  • HR Manager
  • Social Work Manager
  • Law Enforcement Officer
  • Healthcare Manager
  • Special Education Manager
  • Counsellor or Counselling Officer
  • Probation Manager
  • Civil Servant
  • Research Assistant
Student Support

We want our students to get the most out of their investment in their future by taking our course in psychology.
Our academic staff, including your program manager and supervisor, will be there for you every step of the way to ensure your success.