BSc (Hons) Psychology (3+0)

Course ID
(N/311/6/0112) (06/24) (PA11475)
SEGi College Subang Jaya
Level of Study
Bachelor Degree
Awarding Institution
University of Greenwich, UK

SEGi’s BSc (Hons) Psychology (3+0) curriculum is developed by the University of Greenwich’s research and field experts, where you can explore adults and children psychology, such as the workings of the brain, social influences on relationships and applications of psychology in the real world.

The University of Greenwich is recognised as one of the top three universities in London for its Psychology programmes and seventh in the UK for graduate careers, according to the 2021 Guardian League Table. Its Psychology graduates are rated number one in London for graduate prospects according to the 2022 Complete University Guide Annual League Table – Psychology.

In preparation for your career in Psychology, this degree helps you attain skills needed to attract future employers in a wide range of career opportunities. Our modules reflect the breadth of the discipline, from cognitive psychology and neuroscience to developmental psychology and social psychology.

What you should know about this course
Psychology at Greenwich is one of the top three universities in London and seventh in the UK for graduate careers (2021 Guardian League Table).
Number one in London for graduate prospects (2022 Complete University Guide Annual League Table – Psychology).
You will study a BPS-accredited curriculum that will help prepare you for various careers.
You are taught by research-active staff who are experts in their fields.

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Entry requirements

SPM or equivalent with 5 credits
UEC with any 5 credits
STPM with Grade C in 2 subjects
A-Level with passes in 2 subjects
Any Diploma or equivalent with min CGPA 2.00

Additional Requirements

Credits in Mathematics and Science at SPM / O-Level or equivalent and pass in English

Programme structure and modules

Year 1

Introduction to Psychology (Part A)
Research Methods in Psychology One (Part A)
Introduction to Applied Psychology (Part A)
Academic Skills for Psychology
Introduction to Psychology (Part B)
Research Methods in Psychology One (Part B)
Introduction to Applied Psychology (Part B)
The Psychology of Resilience and Success
Hubungan Etnik (Local students)
Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (International students)
Tamadun Islam Dan Tamadun Asia (Local students)
Malaysian Studies 3 (International students)

Year 2

Brain and Behaviour
Developmental Psychology
Psychopathology and Clinical Psychology
Psychological Research Methods
Entrepreneurship / Personal Health Management
Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience
Social Psychology
Personality and Individual Differences
Research Statistics for Psychology
Elective (Choose one of the following):
– Organisational Psychology
– Health Psychology
– Counselling Theories & Techniques
Work Placement 1

Year 3

Psychology Project (Part A)
Applied Positive Psychology
Psychology & Neuroscience: Trends & Issues
Child Psychology and Education
Public Speaking / Bahasa Kebangsaan A*
Psychology Project (Part B)
Adult Development and Mental Health
Social Forensic Psychology
Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
Community Service
Work Placement 2

Financial Aid / Funding

SEGi Monthly Installment
Low Initial Payment

Career opportunities

As international graduates, you will be well-prepared for careers in forensic, education, health, occupational, counselling, clinical psychology, teaching, media and advertising, market research, human resource, business, marketing and sales, and social sciences.

Information on accreditation

Intakes & Orientation Dates

Year 1-3 Intakes
22/01/2024 18/06/2024 18/09/2024
Orientation Dates
20/01/2024 15/06/2024 14/09/2024
Year 2 Intakes
Orientation Dates