Psychology At University Of Fort Hare, Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour. Psychology as a discipline embraces all aspects of the human experience – from the functions of the brain cell to social conflicts within or between societies, from child development to care for the aged, from daily life challenges such as family, education and work to mental health problems. You may choose to study psychology because it is an interesting subject or you may decide to study psychology because you want to become a psychologist. In any case, we are convinced that our Department in Alice and our Department in East London (E) will offer you interesting undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
PSYCHOLOGY HONOURS This course provides an in-depth study for students interested in professional careers in psychology. The programme is oriented to students wishing to continue with further post-graduate applied professional training, or to follow academic, research and other professional interests.The degree is offered on a full-time (one year) basis. A minimum of 7 modules are required for learners taking honours at both delivery sites. The Professional Board for Psychology considers the degree to be equivalent to a BPsych and students will consequently be eligible to take the Professional Board examination for registration as a Registered Counsellor. Students who wish to become Registered Counsellors will be required to complete an additional six-months internship
Prerequisites for admission
Except by permission of the Senate a person may be admitted as a learner only if s/he has taken Psychology as a major for a Bachelor’s degree and has obtained a final mark of not less than 60% therein, and complies with such other selection criteria as laid down by the lecturers concerned. Prospective learners may have to present themselves for a personal interview.
PSY510/510E Research DesignPurpose: To advance an understanding of the social research process, including the stages, design and logic of the social research process
Contents: An understanding of fundamental concepts and images of social research; in-depth discussion on the stages of the research process (problem formulation, conceptualization, operationalization, sampling, data collection, data analysis and interpretation, and reporting), focus on the logic of social research; research design (from simple to complex designs); methodological issues (relating to qualitative and quantitative methodologies); proposal and report writing; research ethics
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