Master of Applied Psychology Approved for 2018 Intake
The School is delighted to announce a new masters program that will commence in early 2018. The Master of Applied Psychology (MAP), which takes 1.5 years to complete full-time, is aimed at students who have graduated with a three-year psychology major who aspire to careers in social and market research, consumer behaviour, consulting, and health behaviour change in the commercial, public and non-profit sectors. The MAP will include coursework in advanced social psychology; attitude and behaviour change; influence and persuasion; judgment and decision-making; consumer psychology and psychology of advertising; quantitative methods and applied research methods; and wellbeing interventions. It will also have an optional workplace internship or research project. To learn more about the MAP attend the Postgraduate Psychology Information Evening on September 14 or the Fourth Year Psychology Information Session on Tuesday September 19, or contact Prof Nick Haslam (firstname.lastname@example.org).