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LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology

Delivered 100% online and part-time, so you can fit studying around your existing work and family commitments


University of Essex Online

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Study method
Online with live classes
Duration
4 Years, Part-time
Qualification
Level 6 Bachelor's degree
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Overview

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to develop a specialised understanding of the two exciting disciplines of law and psychology with our LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology course. This programme offers you the chance to obtain a Qualifying Law Degree while also fostering a scientific understanding of the complex interactions between the mind, brain, behaviour and experience.

Qualification

Level 6 Bachelor's degree
Awarded by University of Essex

Description

We are the first UK higher education provider to offer LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology in a 100% online and part-time format. This combined-honours course brings the exciting worlds of law and psychology together, for those with a keen interest in these complementary and career-focused subjects.

The presentation of multiple perspectives throughout the course will encourage you to develop your critical thinking and analytical skills when approaching different psychological theories and legal issues, and improve your confidence when applying them to real-life situations.

The law elements of this course cover a comprehensive range of essential legal topics including contract law, criminal law, European Union Law, the English Legal System and much more. The course’s content also contains the seven foundations of legal knowledge required to practise law by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA).

The modules covering psychology also give you in-depth knowledge of core specialist areas within the discipline including social psychology, psychological development and many more.

Finally, this programme also gives you the opportunity to develop your knowledge within an area of psychology or law that’s relevant to your career or interests through a variety of diverse optional modules. These include investigative psychology, reasoning and decision-making, developmental science and more.

Requirements

At University of Essex Online, we believe that everyone should be able to access education. That’s why we take both academic and work-based experience into account when deciding if a student is eligible for a course. All of our potential students are assessed individually by a dedicated admissions team who will determine whether they are right for either our academic, open or work experience entry route onto our courses.

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