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The possible pathways to a degree in psychology at the University of Chester is what makes it so valuable to students. We offer several options for undergraduate study, including single and combined honours programmes. This means you can tailor your programme as soon as you begin studying with us. Find out more about our undergraduate programmes and studying with us by clicking on one of the options below

In the Guardian 2021 League Table Psychology at Chester scored a 94.3% student satisfaction rating for the quality of teaching on the course, given by final-year students in the NSS. And here's what our students have to say about our undergraduate courses:

BPS accreditation is the first step in becoming a professional Psychologist - so if you want to be a Clinical, Counselling, Occupational, Forensic, Health, Neuro,  Sports or Educational Psychologist you need this to qualify for the further training courses needed. For those who opt to study Single Honours Psychology or Forensic Psychology then the required modules are core (required) modules for your course. If you are studying Combined Honours Psychology then you need to choose the appropriate modules to study in your second and third year - you will receive guidance on this. For all students you need to achieve a minimum of a 2ii degree classification and pass your dissertation module to gain accreditation. Find out more.