BSc Honours Psychology with Marketing
The Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Psychology with Marketing combines a broad education in psychology with a specialist strand to develop an understanding of the theory and practice of marketing (including consumer behaviour). Candidates have the opportunity to study psychology as a subject combined with another discipline. This can lead to careers in diverse occupations that do not carry the title ‘psychologist’ because the skills acquired while studying psychology transfer readily to various spheres in the world of work and provide an excellent general education. The skills that students will learn while studying psychology include: information finding, oral and written communication, numeracy, computer literacy, time-management, problem solving, group working and the ability to carry out independent research.
Provides a sound knowledge of psychology and Marketing appropriate to future professional work. Introduces the broad range of theoretical and methodological approaches to psychology. Encourages students to develop a critical approach to their studies, evaluating theory and evidence accordingly. Equips students to communicate effectively in written and numerical forms. Encourages independent and experiential learning, the development of oral communication skills, and the capacity for independent work.
Why Study BSc Honours Psychology with Marketing?
Psychology with Marketing programme provides a combination of core psychology courses along with specific attention to specialisation in marketing. The courses are designed for those who are interested to pursue either getting higher qualification in applied fields of psychology or choosing to specialise in stream i.e. MBA in marketing. The emphasis of this programme besides equipping the students with academic reading writing, critical thinking, researching, numeracy and use of IT is developing skills required to understand human behaviour in various cultural and social context and to appreciate individual difference in perceiving themselves and others. Learning psychology in general is exciting and when combined with a strand of managerial skills it adds up the enthusiasm, provides wider horizon to work with different organisational set up.