BSc (Hons) Psychology with English Literature BSc (Hons)
For at least a hundred years, the discoveries and hypotheses of psychologists have been enriching the study of English literature, either as a way of understanding the mind of the artist, or of the characters they create. Studying psychology at Buckingham with English literature as your minor subject, gives you the chance to ‘apply’ the insights which the scientific study of individual and group psychology provides to a range of powerful and enigmatic works of literature, from the plays of Shakespeare, through the Gothic and Romantic projections of the late 18th-century, to the short stories and novels of British and American women writers writing in a post-Freudian universe.
BSc (Hons) Award
Full-time Study Mode
C8Q2 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

A-level: BBB

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