Psychology - Introduction

Limerick Institute of Technology


Course Name Psychology - Introduction
Course Provider Limerick Institute of Technology
Course Code 5901
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Certificate of Completion Limerick Institute of Technology None
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Attendance Options Part time, Evening
Location (Districts) Limerick City
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment

Expand+Start Dates: September and January

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Duration 12 Weeks, 3 hours per week. Tuesday, 6.30pm to 9.30pm.
Course Fee

Once a student has been accepted to a course of study through Flexible Learning, the fee can be paid using one of the methods outlined below:
1: Card Payment
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Entry Requirements Applicants must be 18 years or older and must demonstrate an interest in the field of Psychology.

Applicants will be offered a place on the programme on the basis of a written application.
Financial Support

Expand+Lit Student Concession Fees
Students registered on full time undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at LIT at the time of registration, may be eligible for a 25% reduction on Flexible Learning programme fees and are also eligible for substantial ...


Expand+Qualification: A Certificate of Completion will be issued to eligible participants.

Flexible Learning Withdrawal And Refund Policy
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Course Content

The aim of this programme is to provide an introduction to the discipline of Psychology. Psychology is the study of people, our behaviours and how we relate to each other. This course will introduce a diverse range of perspectives and methods w...

Subjects Taught Content
• History of Psychology
• Main Perspectives: Biological, Behaviourist, Psychodynamic, Cognitive, Humanistic and Social Constructionist
• Key Thinkers in each area
• Key Methods and Theories
• Application in the Real World
Assessment Method Assessment is through the successful completion of the programme portfolio. This is designed to act both as a learning resource for continuous accumulation of knowledge and on completion, for course assessment.
Further Enquiries further information:
Dept of Flexible Learning
Tel: 061 293802

For academic queries:
Contact: Milyana Fusciardi
Location LIT Moylish