What Will You Study

During your three years of study at Lancaster, you’ll be taught by academics in the departments of Psychology and Mathematics and Statistics within our Faculty of Science and Technology. Lancaster’s Psychology degrees are fully accredited by the British Psychological Society providing the graduate basis for chartered membership.

Your degree covers topics from cognitive and developmental psychology together with modules relating to statistical methods and design of experiments. You’ll gain an extensive knowledge of psychological theories and applications and you’ll take complementary modules designed to give you a deeper understanding of the use of Statistics in Psychology and to enable you to carry out your own research.

You’ll begin your degree with courses including Investigating Psychology as well as Probability and statistics.  In your second year, you’ll study subjects such as Social Psychology and Linear Algebra before completing your degree with modules including Likelihood Inference and Brain and Behaviour.