Are you considering taking a Psychology module as an outside option?
Options depend upon your course year. In Psychology, you should usually take the appropriate year modules and you must have agreement from the module convener.
Please note that there may be a limited capacity on some modules. We ask that you register your interest with us as well so that we can ensure that there is capacity for you. Please complete the form at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/psych/students/ugradextras/adhocforms/ugoutsidemoduleforms/ as well as registering through the University module registration system
The following year 1 Psychology modules would be available to 1st or 2nd year students IF the module convener agrees.
- PS111 Brain & Behaviour (30 CATS version)
- PS112 Psychology in Context (30 CATS version)
- PS115 Psychology in the Real World (24 / 30 CATS)
The following year 2 Psychology modules would be available to 2nd year students IF the module convener agrees.
• PS201 Individual Differences
• PS210 Language & Cognition
• PS211 Perception, Planning, & Action
• PS218 Developmental Psychology
• PS219 Psychobiology
• PS220 Social Psychology
• PS346 Perspectives in Clinical and Counselling Psychology
• PS348 Issues in family & Development
• PS349 Psychology of Ageing
• PS350 Body Perception: Neurons to Experience
• PS353 Developmental Psychopathology
• PS355: Attention
• PS358 Theory & Research on Emotion
• PS359 Behaviour Change
• PS360 NonVerbal Behaviour
• PS361 Words & Reading
• PS362 Sleep & Health
• PS367 Psychology Across Cultures
• PS371 Animal Behaviour
• PS372 Intellectual Disabilities & Sensory Impairments
• PS373: Exploring Minds
• PS374: Aggression and Violence
• PS375: Evolution and Primate Origins of Human Behaviour
If you are not sure about CATS weighting or Assessment type, speak to the department
Assessment types are standard – Warwick Students should not use VA or AO types (VA is only for Incoming Study Abroad students. AO is audit only and does not attach credit)
- Module registration open from 1 week before term until week 3 of term
- You can attend modules in the first weeks of term on a ‘try out’ basis to help you make up your mind
- Much better than trying to catch up after having missed several weeks because you have changed your mind!
- Module convenors are here to help – do ask questions!