Psychology BSc Hons

Psychology is an extremely exciting and varied subject that looks into mind, thought and behaviour.  It covers many fascinating topics such as how we learn to think and speak as children, how we develop memory and how we form relationships as well as bigger issues which cover forensic psychology, investigative psychology and clinical psychology.

Entry Requirements

WASSCE: A one year Foundation Programme is required
‘A’ levels: ABB or above (Direct entry into undergraduate level)
IB students: 30 points (Direct entry into undergraduate level)
IB French system: Overall mark of 13 in the total average score (All students outside France need a 6.5 IELTS score)
IELTS; 6.5 or above (minimum of 5.5 per each component)
Pearson: 65 or above (minimum of 51 per each component)

Course Overview 

As well as studying the work of some of the greatest psychological thinkers in history, students are encouraged to play a part in the global debate and explore their own thoughts and theories. 
Since the programme is structured by our faculty in the UK, our students are exposed to a more practical side of psychology and research methods.  They also have the added advantage of being able to watch videos developed by our faculty in the UK as well as skype them from time to time, this enables them to acquire essential lab skills and expertise.
Students build on the topics already studied to gain a sound background in all the essential areas of Psychology: cognitive, developmental and social psychology, neuropsychology and individual differences, thereby giving them a much deeper experience of investigating problems in Psychology.
"Our class sizes are small in number, so each student gets unique attention to build on their strengths and develop their weaknesses." Alfred Dickson, Psychology Lecturer


Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
  • Understanding Psychology
  • Neuropsychology
  • Historical and Conceptual Issues in Psychology                                    
  • Investigating psychology
  • Personality and   Individual Differences
  • Project
  • Optional Module
  • Statistics
  • Option
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Option
  • Brain and Behaviours
  • Statistics
  • Option
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Conducting   Psychological Research
  • Option
  • Statistics
  • Option
  • Social Psychology
* Year 3 Options: Advanced Cognitive Psychology, Advanced Human Neuropsychology, Advanced Social Psychology, Advanced Developmental Psychology, Professional Skills for Psychologists, Forensic and Investigative Psychology, Topics in Clinical Psychology, Neuroscience of Social and Emotional Development


  • - Coursework and Exam
  • - Form of assessment - essay, report, presentations, web based/ computer generated assessments, etc
  • - Exam periods: May and August

Placement Opportunities:

We are engaged in industry were our careers department support and groom students for internships in various sectors such as banking, mining and telcos - just to name a few!