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Online BScs in Mental Healthcare in United Kingdom 2022

Earning a Bachelor of Science may take about four years, but the benefits of gaining improved skills can last a lifetime. Many schools also offer online or part-time schooling options, so that earning a BSc can be convenient for students regardless of their busy life.

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Delve into the dynamic world of business psychology with this 100% online and part-time BSc (Hons) Business Psychology. You’ll explore real-life situations and gain an underst ... +

Delve into the dynamic world of business psychology with this 100% online and part-time BSc (Hons) Business Psychology. You’ll explore real-life situations and gain an understanding of the psychological behaviours of people within businesses and organisations. Through this BSc (Hons) Business Psychology* you will learn how to apply your knowledge to investigate fundamental business functions, as well as use core psychological theories to understand organisations, leadership, recruitment and corporate decision-making. Towards the end of your degree, you will build on your research skills through your final project on a business psychology topic that you’re personally or professionally interested in. The skills you will develop can be applied immediately to the real world, making you an asset to any team or employer. -
BSc
Part-time
4 years
English
Online
 
Coventry, United Kingdom

Why do people behave the way they do? How do our minds work? The key knowledge areas within psychology are all covered in the BSc (Hons) Psychology (BPS) course. You will lear ... +

Why do people behave the way they do? How do our minds work? The key knowledge areas within psychology are all covered in the BSc (Hons) Psychology (BPS) course. You will learn the history of psychological theory as well as research methods, biological psychology, cognitive psychology, individual differences, developmental psychology and social psychology on one bachelor’s in psychology (Hons) course. -
BSc
Full-time
Part-time
3 - 6 years
English
Online
 
London, United Kingdom +1 More

This program reveals the enormous potential of clinical psychology to help individuals, groups, and society. It provides a broad understanding of this challenging field from a ... +

This program reveals the enormous potential of clinical psychology to help individuals, groups, and society. It provides a broad understanding of this challenging field from a clinical perspective that integrates psychology, biology and chemistry focused on the treatment of various disorders. It also lingers on the roles and responsibilities of the contemporary clinical psychologist, its scientific foundations, and theoretical orientations. -
BSc
Full-time
English, Italian
Online
 

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UK Online, United Kingdom

This 100% online and part-time BSc (Hons) Criminal Psychology enables you to learn more about the criminal mind and the critical issues in the criminal justice system. Through ... +

This 100% online and part-time BSc (Hons) Criminal Psychology enables you to learn more about the criminal mind and the critical issues in the criminal justice system. Through this online BSc (Hons) Criminal Psychology* you will explore thought-provoking topics from both psychology and criminology, such as developmental science, offender profiling, and forensic psychology. The programme emphasises the importance of evidence-based practice along with integrating psychological theory to understand, reduce and prevent offending behaviour. Your studies will culminate with a final project on a criminal psychology topic that you’re personally interested in. -
BSc
Part-time
4 years
English
Online
 
London, United Kingdom +1 More

Psychoanalysis aims to change a person's personality through the study of the unconscious mind. Psychoanalysis was founded in the early 1890s by Sigmund Freud, an Austrian neu ... +

Psychoanalysis aims to change a person's personality through the study of the unconscious mind. Psychoanalysis was founded in the early 1890s by Sigmund Freud, an Austrian neurologist. Psychoanalysis promotes awareness of unconscious, maladaptive, and habitually recurring patterns of emotion and behavior. It allows previously unconscious aspects of the self to integrate in order to optimize their functioning, healing, and creative expression. Current psychoanalytic models are continually updated and revised by analytic experience, clinical findings, and ongoing research. -
BSc
Full-time
English, Italian
Online
 
London, United Kingdom +1 More

This program is designed to teach future therapists how to listen to and intervene in psychological disorders from multiple perspectives while supporting them using herbs, hom ... +

This program is designed to teach future therapists how to listen to and intervene in psychological disorders from multiple perspectives while supporting them using herbs, homeopathy, and flower remedies. Through the study and analysis of multiple theories, the students learn multiple perspective interpretations and grow their own therapeutic approach. Natural psychotherapy is not based on a "quick fix with psychotropic drugs," but focuses on achieving permanent results by integrating the patient's neurophysiological and mental processes at a natural healing pace. This program teaches students how to analyze a conflict, interpret the related problem, and offer the best possible solution. -
BSc
Full-time
English, Italian
Online
 
London, United Kingdom +1 More

Despite the scientific progress in our understanding of the nervous system, many fundamental questions regarding the relationship between the brain and the mind remain unanswe ... +

Despite the scientific progress in our understanding of the nervous system, many fundamental questions regarding the relationship between the brain and the mind remain unanswered. Examples of these questions include: how are memories stored and retrieved? How is sensory input converted into subjective perception? Is the brain a general learning machine or a set of innate, specialized processors? This program examines the methods, findings, and controversies of cognitive neuroscience and psychology. A comparative and developmental perspective to study theories of human cognition and brain evolution. -
BSc
Full-time
English, Italian
Online