BSc Intercalated Programmes

There are two Taught BSc (Intercalated) programmes delivered at the Institute of Psychiatry which is the Neuroscience iBSc and the Psychology iBSc. Both these courses aim to provide students with an in-depth, critical understanding of research, theory and empirical findings in core areas of their respective fields.
For the Psychology IBSc, You will study three seminar and lecture-based modules: Abnormal Psychology; Cognitive Neuropsychology; and Health & Illness across the Lifespan. You will also complete the Research Methods & Statistics module, where you’ll learn how to conduct a piece of research from initial question to final report. This module prepares you for, and helps you with, designing, conducting, analysing and reporting your individual research projects. You will learn transferable skills, such as critical evaluation and verbal and written presentation of research. Such skills are essential, particularly if you want to conduct research in your future career, whichever area of medicine you go into.
How the brain functions is one of the great questions in science, and how to fix it when it goes wrong is one of the great challenges for humanity. Our intercalated Neuroscience BSc course will give you an insight into how medical science is attempting to address this challenge. You will look in detail at the nervous system and its function, development and disease. You will benefit from lectures and seminars delivered by experts from departments within the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) and the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine (FoLSM), as well as visiting lecturers from outside the college, many of whom are the leaders in their fields.


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