Our subjects Psychology degrees
What is psychology?
Psychology looks at conditions of human behaviour – how we learn, remember, coordinate our actions and interact with others – and the reasons for differences between individuals, such as personality or intelligence.
Why study psychology?
As well as careers as a professional psychologist, psychology graduates have a lot of options open to them. Many go on to further study or to careers in teaching, human resource management, social work, as well as many other areas.
Why study psychology at Strathclyde?
The University of Strathclyde in Glasgow is an award-winning academic institution - the only to have won Times Higher Education University of the Year year twice!
Many of our psychology degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society while our students have access to a range of state-of-the-art laboratories.
Find out more about Psychology
Psychology's anything about people and how they behave, how they think, how they act in society, how they behave in different settings.
Dr Sally Wiggins, Senior Lecturer
How to become a psychologist
Find out all you need to know including what a psychologist does, the different types of psychologist and the steps you need to take to become one.How to become a psychologist
Access a wealth of support and resources for postgraduate study. Details on the application process, accommodation, fees and other useful information can be found here.Postgraduate support
Check out our scholarshipsScholarships within Humanities & Social Sciences
Vedika Sukhatme, India
MSc Clinical Health Psychology
Strathclyde gave me the opportunity to explore different aspects within psychology including health, clinical and neuropsychology. This was important for me as I didn't want to have tunnel vision and was keen to keep my options open.
The Strathclyde psychology department is phenomenal, and they only get better and more of an asset to your university experience the further you progress through the course.
Caera Grady, Ireland
MRes in Physical Activity for Health
I have been extremely lucky to get a supervisor who has gone the extra mile to make me feel welcome into the Physical Activity for Health department.
Magdalena Ifesie, Poland
MSc Psychology with a Specialisation
The ability to study what I am interested in at a prestigious university without compromising my life was very attractive. I was able to create my own learning schedule that worked with other commitments. Being able to study at my own pace was also very helpful.