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Masters in Psychology

If you’re interested in gathering an in-depth knowledge of the behavior, thoughts, actions, interactions and reactions of people, perhaps leading to a career as a psychologist, a Masters in Psychology could be for you.

Read on to find out about common Masters in Psychology degree types, entry requirements, specializations and careers in psychology.

Key Skills

Psychology Key Skills

Common skills gained from a Masters in Psychology include:

  • Interpersonal awareness
  • Team-working & collaborative skills
  • Written and vocal communication skills, including report writing and presentation
  • Confident use of IT to handle data/statistics
  • Reasoning and scientific judgement for effective problem-solving
  • Ability to make critical evaluations on a variety of issues
  • Analytical research skills
  • Understanding of research ethics
  • Organization and project management skills
  • Laboratory skills (in some courses).