MSc Applied Psychology is a one year postgraduate program that is designed to provide knowledge and skills in terms of how to apply psychological theories and models to different aspects of human life. This program extends through 3 semester and the first two semesters include taught modules and in the final semester the student will work with his/her supervisor on their thesis/psychology research project.
Students are able to select two electives to be studied during the second semester and students usually take in to consideration the area in psychology they prefer to work , in selecting their electives.
This qualification is an internal master’s degree offered by the Coventry University and CIRP is the teaching institute. The curriculum, teaching standards and assessments of this program is strictly regulated by Coventry University UK.
A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from a recognized university or institution, or a professional qualification equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree offered by an internationally recognized body that is accepted by the academic boards of Coventry University and CIRP. Individuals who possess a degree in a different discipline, but have at least 120 credits in psychology are also eligible to enroll.