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
We are sorry, but this course is currently not available for online booking. Please contact the Information & Booking Centre for details of start dates.
Information & Booking Centre
Tel: + 44 (0)1224 612000
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.