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1 School of Psychology, Social Work and Human Sciences It is my pleasure to welcome you to the School of Psychology, Social Work and Human Sciences. One of the great benefits of the School is that we have strong links with professional bodies in the sciences, including the prestigious British Psychological Society. We believe strongly in encouraging students to learn independently, supported by an experienced and committed team of teaching staff, helping to provide an environment in which students develop the knowledge, skills and confidence needed as a firm foundation for academic and professional development. The School teaching facilities are equipped with modern instrumentation. This enables us to provide Enhanced career prospects: Teaching leads to highly confident professionals. you with a wide range of practical sessions in psychology, physiology, biochemistry, chemistry, biology and molecular sciences. We wish you every success with your future studies and career. Julia Townshend Acting Head of School and Principal Lecturer School of Psychology, Social Work and Human Sciences JULIA Townshend: Julia Townshend has been at the University of West London for ten years and is Acting Head of School for Psychology, Social Work and Human Sciences. She is a Chartered Psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society. Julia is also a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and applies her research in memory and alcohol use in her teaching across the undergraduate and postgraduate Psychology courses. 178

2 Our courses provide our students with an exciting and diverse education in scientific discovery and social and health studies, based at our Brentford site in west London. ug PG Undergraduate s Forensic Science 181 Forensic Science with Foundation 82 Nutritional Therapy 183 Psychology 184 Psychology with Counselling Theory 185 Psychology with Criminology 186 Psychology with Foundation 87 BSC (Hons) Social Work 188 Postgraduate s Graduate Certificate Psychology 189 Graduate Diploma Psychology 190 MSc Health Psychology 191 As a BPS accredited course the MSc in Health Psychology is both interesting and challenging. It s also great that lecturers at the University of West London are so approachable and helpful. A thoroughly enjoyable experience. Carmel Corcoran, MSc Health Psychology graduate University of West London International Student Prospectus

3 Meet: Pauline Fox Associate Professor School of Psychology, Social Work and Human Sciences Pauline Fox was awarded a PhD for her research into student well-being in education settings. In addition, she has expertise in health psychology, employability and experiential learning. She is a Chartered Psychologist, a Health Psychologist registered with the UK Health and Care Professions Council, and a University Teaching Fellow. She is a member of the British Psychological Society s Division of Health Psychology (DHP) where she has been a member of the DHP s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Committee, a CPD Assessor, a co-editor of Health Psychology Update, and a member of the DHP Training Committee. 180

4 Forensic Science Technological advances in crime detection require the creation of highly trained forensic scientists and this course has been designed to meet this need. F410 Three years overview This course provides a thorough grounding in forensic science, incorporating biological sciences, chemical sciences, the process of criminal investigation, as well as a consideration of the judicial system within the UK. A notable feature of this course is the large amount of laboratory practical work associated with all of the scientific modules. Visits to external agencies, including forensic laboratories and courts of law, are incorporated, giving you the opportunity to put your learning into a practical context. The final year of the course includes an experiential learning element, which will allow you to spend a period of time in employment within an external organisation, so you can gain valuable work experience. It may be possible for you to spend a period of time within an approved institution outside of the UK. Introduction to Forensic Science The Criminal Process Building Blocks of Life Introduction to Pharmacology Chemistry for the Biosciences Human body Form and Function. Disease and the Human Body Forensic Investigation of Crime Molecular Biology Research Methods Pharmacology Analytical Methods. Drugs of Abuse Forensic Assessment and Examination Techniques Physiological Control Project/Dissertation Experiential Learning in Science. All students on this course are eligible to apply for student membership of the Forensic Science Society, as well as other professional organisations. On successful completion of this course, graduates may choose to specialise in a particular aspect of forensic science, for example reporting officer, scene of crime examiner, fingerprint expert, imaging specialist, accident or fire investigator, firearms expert or pathology specialist. University of West London International Student Prospectus

5 F412 Four years Forensic Science with Foundation Year Technological advances in crime detection have created a need for highly trained forensic scientists and this course has been designed to meet that need. Students have successfully gained placement opportunities within a range of organisations including the Metropolitan Police, coroners courts, mortuaries and offices of the law. On successful completion of this course, graduates may choose to specialise in a particular aspect of forensic science, for example reporting officer, scene of crime examiner, fingerprint expert, imaging specialist, accident or fire investigator, firearms expert or pathology specialist. overview This course includes a foundation year, which will introduce you to the fundamentals of biological and chemical science, as well as aspects of physics and mathematics, to help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to successfully complete our Forensic Science degree. This course provides a thorough grounding in forensic science, including the process of criminal investigation, as well as a consideration of the judicial system within the UK. A notable feature of this course is the large amount of laboratory practical work associated with all of the scientific modules. Visits to external agencies, including forensic laboratories and courts of law, are incorporated, giving you the opportunity to put your learning into practical context. The final year of the course includes an experiential learning element, which will allow you to spend a period of time in employment within an external organisation so you can gain valuable work experience. It may be possible for you to spend a period of time within an approved institution outside of the UK. Foundation Year Academic Writing and Researching Essential Chemistry Essential Mathematics Laboratory Techniques Essential Biology Personal and Professional Development in Forensic Science. Introduction to Forensic Science The Criminal Process Building Blocks of Life Introduction to Pharmacology Chemistry for the Biosciences Human Body Form and Function. Disease and the Human Body Forensic Investigation of Crime Molecular Biology Research Methods Pharmacology Analytical Methods. Drugs of Abuse Forensic Assessment and Examination Techniques Physiological Control Project/Dissertation Experiential Learning in Science. 182

6 Nutritional Therapy The course of study consists of supported distance learning study modules, which comprise 120 credits at each level. C8L3 Five to six years Distant learning also available overview This course is designed to meet the particular needs of persons studying for a professional qualification in Nutritional Therapy and is attractive to both complete newcomers to healthcare and to individuals who have already trained in other healthcare areas. The course is supported through the University of West London s Virtual Learning Environment (Blackboard and PebblePad.) which is available via the University s website, 24 hours a day from anywhere that has internet access. Much of the course can therefore be studied at a distance, with the exception of the compulsory clinical sessions (BSc) and classroom sessions (). The course builds a sound knowledge base in the theory and practice of nutritional therapy, underpinned by the concomitant development of basic medical sciences. The student engages in formative learning in anatomy and physiology and basic biochemistry, as well as the study of named diseases (pathology), as it relates to the field of practice. Students develop their practitioner skills through clinical practice, monitored and supervised by experienced qualified and registered nutritional practitioners. A notable feature of the course includes an experiential learning element, which will allow you to spend a period of time in placement within an external organisation so you can gain valuable work experience. Introduction to Nutrition and Psychoneuroimmunology Macronutrients at Work in the Body Micronutrients at Work in the Body The Classification and Composition of Foods Intestinal Microflora in Health and Disease Nutrition in Action. Metabolic Dysfunction in Diseases Pathophysiology of Named Conditions Clinical Data Collection and Case Interpretation Developing Nutritional Programmes Case Progression Strategies Experiential Learning in Nutritional Therapeutics. Management of Clinical Practice and the Therapeutic Relationship Clinical Practice. Our Nutritional Therapy degree is accredited by the Nutritional Therapy Council (NTC). Successful completion of this course to BSc level will entitle you to apply for registration with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council Complementary (CNHC), the CNHC was established with government support to regulate nutritional therapy. You may also be open to career opportunities in the field of research, education or specialised practice. University of West London International Student Prospectus

7 C800 Three years Psychology Have you ever considered the impact of binge drinking? How stress can affect your wellbeing, or why people use stereotypes and how they can underlie prejudices? This course can help you understand and answer some of these questions. This course is your first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist and is accredited by the British Psychological Society. Graduates from this course progress to careers in a wide range of public and private sector professions, including positions in social and welfare organisations, business and finance, education, marketing and advertising. This course provides Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership of the British Psychological Society and our MSc Health Psychology is a step towards Chartered Psychologist status. overview This course is one of the longest established psychology courses in the UK and has been accredited by the British Psychological Society since It will enable you to gain knowledge in all aspects of psychology and will give you the opportunity to meet practising psychologists. The curriculum for this course is challenging and interesting. It emphasises psychology as a science and applies psychological theory to real life situations. It places strong emphasis on applied psychology and we regularly invite practising psychologists to speak about current developments in their field of work. Employability is a key focus of this course, so you will participate in experiential learning, giving you great insights into the application of psychology in everyday life. This could take place in one of a wide range of settings, including Citizens Advice Bureau, market research companies, marketing and sales departments, mentoring schemes, school-based socio-emotional interventions, stop smoking services, substance use and misuse agencies, and victim support schemes. Learning and Cognition History and Context of Psychology Research Methods 1 Research Methods 2 Social and Developmental Psychology Work of Psychologists. Brain and Behaviour Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Further Research Methods Individual Differences Social Psychology. Experiential Learning Dissertation. Plus FOUR options from: Health Psychology Introduction to Cognitive Neuropsychology Psychology of Crime Psychology of Mental Health Stereotyping and Prejudice Occupational Psychology Introduction to Theories of Counselling Violent Relationships. 184

8 Psychology with Counselling Theory On this course, you will be provided with a full grounding in psychology with a focus on the specialist area of counselling. C8B9 Three years overview This course is one of the longest established psychology courses in the UK, and has been accredited by the British Psychological Society since It will enable you to gain knowledge in all aspects of psychology and will give you the opportunity to meet practising psychologists. The curriculum for this course is challenging and interesting. It emphasises psychology as a science and applies psychological theory to real life situations. It places strong emphasis on applied psychology, and we regularly invite practising psychologists to speak about current developments in their field of work. Employability is a key focus of this course, so you will participate in experiential learning, giving you great insights into the application of psychology in everyday life. This could take place in one of a wide range of settings, mentoring schemes, school-based socio-emotional interventions, stop smoking services, substance use and misuse agencies, and victim support schemes. Learning and Cognition History and Context of Psychology Research Methods 1 Research Methods 2 Social and Developmental Psychology Work of Psychologists. Brain and Behaviour Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Further Research Methods Individual Differences Social Psychology. Introduction to Theories of Counselling Psychology of Mental Health Experiential Learning Dissertation. Plus TWO options from: Health Psychology Psychology of Crime Introduction to Cognitive Neuropsychology Stereotyping and Prejudice Violent Relationships Occupational Psychology. In the 2011 National Students Survey, 84% of students studying Psychology with Counselling Theory at UWL were satisfied with the academic support. On successful completion of this course, you will have the option of a diverse range of professions, within a range of organisations, including mental health organisations, education and the caring professions, and in management, business and industry. Graduates from this course can progress to further training to become a professional counsellor or therapist. University of West London International Student Prospectus

9 C8L3 Three years Psychology with Criminology This course will provide you with a full grounding in psychology and provide you with an insight into the specialist areas of criminal behaviour and the treatment of offenders. This course provides a full grounding in Psychology and is accredited by the British Psychology Society. Further training is required to practice as a forensic psychologist, but this course may be attractive to students intending to progress to masters level training in Forensic Psychology. This course provides Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership of the British Psychological Society and our MSc Health Psychology is a step further towards achieving Chartered Psychologist status. overview This course is one of the longest established psychology courses in the UK and has been accredited by the British Psychological Society since It will enable you to gain knowledge in all aspects of psychology and will give you the opportunity to meet practising psychologists. The curriculum for this course is challenging and interesting. It emphasises psychology as a science and applies psychological theory to real life situations. It places strong emphasis on applied psychology and we regularly invite practising psychologists to speak about current developments in their field of work. Employability is a key focus of this course so you will participate in experiential learning, giving you great insights into the application of psychology in everyday life. This could take place in one of a wide range of settings, including Citizens Advice Bureau, mentoring schemes, school-based socio-emotional interventions, substance use and misuse agencies, and victim support schemes. Learning and Cognition Introduction to Criminology Prisons and Probation Research Methods 1 Research Methods 2 Social and Developmental Psychology. Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Further Research Methods Individual Differences Introduction to Criminal Behaviour Social Psychology. Biological Psychology Sentencing Psychology of Crime Penal Theory Experiential Learning Dissertation. 186

10 Psychology with Foundation Year Have you ever considered the impact of binge drinking? How stress can affect your wellbeing, or why people use stereotypes and how they can underlie prejudices? This course can help you understand and answer some of these questions. C801 Four years overview This course includes a foundation year, which offers a range of modules to help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to successfully complete our Psychology degree. Psychology at the University of West London is one of the longest established psychology courses in the UK and has been accredited by the British Psychological Society since It will enable you to gain knowledge in all aspects of psychology and will give you the opportunity to meet practising psychologists. The curriculum for this course is challenging and interesting. It emphasises psychology as a science and applies psychological theory to real life situations. It places strong emphasis on applied psychology, and we regularly invite practising psychologists to speak about current developments in their field of work. Employability is a key focus of this course, so you will participate in experiential learning, giving you great insights into the application of psychology in everyday life. Foundation year Academic Writing Skills for Health and Human Sciences (Numeracy and IT) Contemporary Psycho-social Issues Researching and Presenting Physiological Approaches Personal and Professional Development for Psychology. Learning and Cognition History and Context of Psychology Research Methods 1 Research Methods 2 Social and Developmental Psychology Work of Psychologists. Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Further Research Methods Individual Differences Introduction to Criminal Behaviour Social Psychology. Experiential Learning Dissertation. You can then choose FOUR modules from a range of optional modules. Ideal for those who need to improve their study skills. This course provides Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership of the British Psychological Society. Graduates from this course go on to careers in a wide range of public and private sector professions, including positions in social and welfare organisations, business and finance, education, marketing and advertising. University of West London International Student Prospectus

11 L500 Three years Social Work This is an innovative course designed to meet the demands of contemporary social work practice. It will offer you the opportunity to participate in a programme of study that has a strong practice focus and will encourage you to utilise your own life skills and abilities. Twenty This course words leads of course to a highlights professional that qualification, explain exactly why which an has international been developed student should in collaboration choose this with course offered our by stakeholders the University in of West west London. Social workers work in a wide variety of places ranging from hospitals and schools to private and charitable organisations. Opportunities are incredibly diverse and careers range from directors of local authorities to politicians. As a qualified social worker you can go on to study a postgraduate qualification through post-registration training and learning with the option to specialise. overview This course will develop you as a qualified social worker to practise and work confidently and effectively with other professionals to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. It is designed to enable you to successfully meet the new occupational standards for social work and the social work academic benchmark statements. You will develop competence in applying acquired knowledge, skills and values that will assist you in making social work interventions to improve complex social problems for diverse populations of service users. Social work is a regulated profession and you will be expected to register with the Health and Care Professions Council, the social work profession s regulator, and adhere to their standards and regulations. You will also take part in a four months full-time or 12 months part-time relevant and verifiable work experience in a social care, educational or support setting, which you must have along with two related references from this experience that can verify your character and suitability for social work. Introduction to Social Work Social Work in Action Self, Society and the Life Introduction to Social Policy Preparing for Practice Communication and Multi Agency Working. Law for Social Workers Role Development Social Work and Vulnerable Adults Social Work with Children, Young People and Families Understanding Evidence-based Practice. Research Methods Dissertation Advanced Communication Working with People and Organisations. 188

12 Graduate Certificate Psychology The Graduate Certificate in Psychology is for students wanting to take the Graduate Diploma, but do not have any psychology credits. PG Graduate Certificate One semester (13 15 weeks) overview Our course offers a fast route for international graduates to gain eligibility for Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) of the British Psychological Society the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist. A variety of teaching and learning activities will help you to achieve the learning outcomes for each module. These will include lectures, seminars, group work, tutorials, workshops and self-directed study. You will have weekly meetings with your tutor and continued practical support. Assessment methods include essays, research reports and presentations. Research Foundation Learning and Cognition. Strong Twenty connections words of course with highlights The British that Psychological explain exactly Society, why an international research-experienced student should staff choose with a wealth this course of knowledge, offered by the and University an excellent of learning West environment London. and facilities. Successful students can progress to the Graduate Diploma in Psychology. A wider selection of roles will be open to you when you graduate. Former graduates have gone into fields as diverse as occupational psychology, health and social welfare, teaching and lecturing, administration, research, computer analysis, investment banking and the probation service. IELTS at 6.5 or above overall score University of West London International Student Prospectus

13 PG Graduate Diploma One year Graduate Diploma Psychology This course offers a fast route for international graduates wanting to gain eligibility for Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) of the British Psychological Society the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist. Strong connections with The British Psychological Society, research-experienced staff with a wealth of knowledge, and an excellent learning environment and facilities. There are many options within professional psychology. This includes educational, clinical, health, occupational and counselling psychology. The Graduate Diploma may also be advantageous for those wanting to pursue careers in, human resources, business and personnel work. Former graduates of psychology at University of West London have gone on to take a Masters or Doctorate. overview A variety of teaching and learning activities will help you accomplish each module. These will include lectures, seminars, group work, tutorials, workshops and self-directed study. You will have weekly meetings with your tutor and continued practical support. Assessment methods include essays, research reports and presentations. Individual Differences Brain and Behaviour Further Research Methods in Psychology Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Social Psychology Dissertation. Every student must conduct and submit a research project. All students undertaking the Diploma in Psychology for Graduates will need to gain 160 credits (with an overall mark of at least 50%) on the designated course to be eligible for Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership with the British Psychological Society. IELTS at 6.5 or above overall score 190

14 PG MSc Health Psychology This course meets the stage one Health Psychology training requirements developed by the Division of Health Psychology of the British Psychological Society. Our graduates are successful in working/studying in areas including industry, academia, charitable organisations and the NHS. Masters One year January and overview The course provides a complete grounding in the theory, themes, professional issues and practical skills central to stage one Health Psychology training. You will be encouraged to present your work at health psychology conferences. Students who successfully complete the course have fulfilled the Stage one training requirements which is a first step towards a Chartered Psychologist status and registration with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Health Psychologist. Applicants must be eligible for the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society. Biopsychosocial Issues in Health Psychology Individual Differences in the Psychology of Health and Illness Chronic Disorder and Health Psychology Interventions Advanced Research Methods Practice and Professional Issues in Health Psychology Supervised Research Project. Supportive staff; links to the Psychology Research Centre; assessments relating to real-life health psychology. Graduates have a wide range of career options including: Stop Smoking Advisor MPhil/PhD study Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner University Lecturer Health Information Officer Community Mental Health Worker. Graduates can also continue with Stage two training in Health Psychology. IELTS at 6.5 or above overall score University of West London International Student Prospectus

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