Through this 16-month Graduate Diploma in Psychology (GDIP) part-time graduate programme, candidate will be equipped with a range of theoretical, analytical, conceptual and functional skills in psychology. The study of psychology will enrich candidates with an understanding of the behaviour, relationships and the workings of the human mind, which are relevant to many careers and professions. Candidates will learn social and cognitive development, human development and abnormal psychology. Counselling modules are included to enrich the candidates’ learning.
|Faculty||School of Psychology|
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+ PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
The GDIP programme prepares the qualified candidates who have an interest in the study of Psychology at the postgraduate level. The programme aims to provide a comprehensive theoretical understanding of psychology, whilst enriching the candidates’ practical skills in a broader perspective.
+ MODULES AND LECTURERS
|Module 1||Introduction to Psychology|
|Module 2||Research Methods|
|Module 3||Biological Psychology|
|Module 4||Cognitive Psychology|
|Module 5||Developmental Psychology|
|Module 6||Social Psychology|
|Module 7||Abnormal Psychology|
|Module 8||Educational Psychology|
|Module 9||Industrial and Organisational Psychology|
|Module 10||Health Psychology|
|Module 11||Counselling Methods|
|Module 12||Counselling Ethics|
|Module 13||Group Counselling|
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Click here for the list of registered lecturers deployed for the respective programmes and modules.
+ ASSESSMENT METHODS & GRADUATION
The programme expects candidates to complete individual and/or group written assignments, and/or written examination, depending on the modular criteria. Students must attend 75% of the classes to qualify for the examination.
+ ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
For admission to the Graduate Diploma in Psychology programme:
1 For applicants who do not meet the above entry requirements, on a case-by-case basis, they are required to take on bridging modules FIRST, before enrolling into this course.
2 For applicants who possess a related Degree (i.e. Counselling, Psychology), module exemptions will be made at the discretion of the College.