Education & Health Sciences:Psychology MA
On successful completion of the programme, it is expected that the student will be able to:
- Identify the fundamental psychological processes that underlie psychological phenomena in cognition, developmental psychology, social psychology, personality psychology, and biological psychology.
- Understand the fundamental principles of research methods.
- Critically evaluate current issues in psychological research and its applications in society.
- Demonstrate how psychological issues can be investigated and critically evaluated.
- Select and develop strategies to investigate and solve psychological issues on the level of individuals and groups.
- Apply the fundamental psychological concepts and practices to psychological issues in research and in the social context.
- Demonstrate expertise in applying psychological methods when assessing and solving psychological issues.
- Demonstrate interpersonal competencies and professional sensitivity including ethical behaviour.
- Conceptualise, research and write critical assessments of psychological areas of investigation.
- Understand and evaluate the significance of psychological research and the findings that it can provide.
- Critically evaluate psychological applications to solutions in society considering contextual limitations and the feasibility of psychological interventions.
|For further information please visit the departmental web page, www.ul.ie/psychology, or contact the administrator:|
Denise Roche, Department of Psychology, University of Limerick
Phone: +353 (0)61 233618
|Applicants who wish to discuss detailed elements of the programme may contact the Course Director and Head of Department:|
Dr. Eric R. Igou
Department of Psychology, University of Limerick
Phone: +353 (0)61 234657