Approx Cost:
Technology Requirements:
A laptop is essential for this course
Entry Recommendations:

The ability to cope with understanding human behaviour, emotions and thought processes in a classroom environment, as well as the academic demands of Psychology, is expected.

Course Outline:

Psychology is the scientific study of human thoughts, emotions and actions.  This course offers a combination of theory and practical work. 

Focus will be on the approaches to Psychology and famous psychologists such a Freud, Pavlov, Skinner, Maslow and Rogers.  We will also look at the psychology of love and attraction.




There is one internal NCEA assessment in this course which includes 6 literacy credits.

Where Does It Lead:

Psychology provides a strong foundation for other career areas such as mental health, education, training, marketing, leadership, management, business, law and polotics.

For further information see:
Mrs M Dickison