Lancaster’s four-year combined Spanish Studies and Psychology degree includes a year spent in a Spanish-speaking country and is taught by departments with excellent facilities and extremely good national and international reputations. Lancaster’s Psychology degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society and provide the graduate basis for chartered membership.
Your study of the Spanish language is balanced with a wide range of options exploring Spanish society, culture, history and politics as well as courses that place these in a broader European context. The Psychology aspect of your degree provides the necessary foundation for a career as a professional psychologist.
You’ll begin your degree core courses including Spanish Studies (Intensive for Beginners or Advanced) and Understanding Psychology. In your second year, you’ll study subjects such as Cognitive Psychology; Social Psychology, and Spanish Studies: Oral Skills.
In your third year you’ll complete your Residence Abroad: Intercultural and Academic Reflection before finishing your degree with modules including Brain and Behaviour and Spanish Language: Written Skills.