Pre-requisites: Students must have completed a Psychology Degree (or equivalent conversion course) which confers eligibility for the British Psychological Society's Graduate Basis for Registration

Aims/Description: Students will undertake a research project in an organisational setting under the guidance of their academic supervisor. In carrying out the study, students will apply and develop their skills in reviewing the academic literature to define key research questions, implementing appropriate research methodologies, conducting data analyses, negotiating with organisations and writing up the research for both academic and practioner audiences.

Staff Contact: DEAN LAURA
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Fieldwork, Independent Study,
Assessment: Project work

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