The BA (Hons) Law and Psychology degree has been designed to give you a challenging appreciation of both disciplines, spending an equal time on both subjects. As well as an insight into how we think and why we act the way we do, you will also gain awareness of core legal principles and how to apply the law. The legal elements focus on some of the key issues of individual rights and the way in which the criminal justice system works. In parallel you will look at different psychological perspectives culminating in a consideration of some broader themes relating to society and organisations. Studying both disciplines together will give you the chance to understand the world of social values and behaviours from different perspectives, and will give you the practical skills related to these subjects, such as debate, research and presenting ideas clearly.
Modules you will study include:
- Skills for Interdisciplinary Study
- Introduction to Social & Development Psychology
- Introduction to Bio & Cognitive Psychology
- English Legal System
- Criminal Law
- Law & Ethics
- Research and Ethics in Action
- Tort Law 1 (Tort of Negligence)
- Civil Liberties & Human Rights
- Personality and Intelligence
- Social Psychology
- Tort Law 2 (Land and Other Torts)
- Contemporary Development Psychology
- Cross-Cultural Psychology
- Occupational Psychology
- Law of Evidence
- Research & Planning Project
At Arden, we are committed to the idea that cost shouldn’t be a barrier to your personal development. That’s why our fees are up to 30% more affordable than the average UK university qualification. You can stay in control of your finances and focus on your learning with our flexible pay-as-you-go option. You may even be eligible for a student loan to cover the cost of your studies, or you have the option of exploring employee sponsorship.
Our Distance Learning fees:
Pay-as-you-go: £1,500 x 9 instalments
Pay in full: £12,825
With online distance learning, you can study from anywhere in the world. At Arden, we already have students studying with us from over 150 countries. Find out more about studying internationally here.
Our flexible study modes mean that 90% of our students work alongside their studies. Studying for your degree via distance learning means that you can access your learning at a pace that is convenient for you, giving you ultimate flexibility to fit your studies around your work and other commitments.
Arden courses are designed with a strong focus on employability so that learning will directly help students in the workplace. To support student’s workplace and career development needs, a full service online careers portal helps students search for jobs, develop a CV and sharpen interview techniques. These are just a few of the really useful tools thousands of Arden students have access to. Learn more about career support.