Non-Psychology, International, and Joint-Honours students
Many students who are not Single-Honours Psychology students take some psychology units. These include (i) Non-Psychology students from another Academic Unit at the University of Southampton; (ii) International students, such as European students visiting as part of the ERASMUS programme; and (iii) Joint-Honours students (e.g., with Education or Criminology).
What Modules Can I Take?
If you are a Joint-Honours student, please refer to your own primary Academic Unit to find out what Psychology modules are compulsory for you to take and/or option modules for you to take.
If you are a Non-Psychology student from another Academic Unit OR you are an International student then please refer to the following pages to discover what units you are eligible to take: Year One, Year Two and Year Three. On these pages:
- the symbol * indicates modules available to local Non-Psychology students;
- the symbols † indicates modules available to International students.
These pages also direct you towards a brief description of the Psychology module that you are interested in studying, and its assessment notes.