This course is for learners looking for a starting point for further study and understanding of human behaviour.
This course is intended to introduce students to a number of psychological processes experienced by individuals.
Students will study 2 topics in key areas of Psychology of the Individual and Social Psychology, including:
and one other from
- group processes
- non-verbal communication
- pro-social behaviour and social perception
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OR GUIDANCE REQUIRED
There are no formal entry requirements for this course although students should have a genuine interest in Psychology.
SQA National Unit (F5B5 11)
This free-standing SQA course unit is one of three discrete units that comprise the SQA Intermediate 2 Psychology award. Students may wish to progress to one or both of the other two Psychology units: Understanding the Individual and Investigating Behaviour.
Upon successful completion of all 3 units, students have the option to enter for the SQA Intermediate 2 Psychology exam. A successful outcome of the exam will result in students achieving the SQA Intermediate 2 Psychology Award.
Upon completion students may wish to progress to Higher Psychology.
TO BOOK THIS COURSE
this application form
and send it to the following address:
The Admissions Manager
North East Scotland College
Aberdeen City Campus
Aberdeen AB25 1BN
If this course is not currently offered at a location or time to suit you, please register an interest.
Once there is sufficient interest we´ll be in touch.