BSc Psychology and Disruptive Technologies

We are living through an era that has seen accelerated technological innovation and advancement with global reach and transformative impacts on every aspect of daily living. This is an exciting age of disruption reshaping how we think, behave and also engage with our environment. 

Psychology and Disruptive Technologies offers the unique opportunity to study psychology and understand human behaviour in combination with disruptive technologies that are fundamentally transforming lives and driving behavioural and societal change, sometimes raising challenges. It does so by providing an accredited pre-professional route to further training in Psychology and applied progression routes in Disruptive Technologies, coupled with employment opportunities in careers where high-level digital innovation, transformative values and problem-solving skills are prized, advanced interpretation of data and human behaviour is critical, an awareness of how to address challenges posed by disruptive technologies is key, and where graduates have the collaborative and transferable skills required to move forward in a society filled with digital and technological innovation. 

This programme will provide the skills, expertise and values for you to be able to work in a rapidly changing and diverse technological environment in behaviour change, mental wellbeing, health, enhancement and rehabilitation, and innovation.

You can also apply to train professionally as a psychologist after successfully completing this degree (pending Psychological Society of Ireland accreditation.

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€16,000 Per Year

International student tuition fee

4 Years

Duration

Sep 2024

Start Month

Aug 2024

Application Deadline

Upcoming Intakes

  • September 2024

Mode of Study

  • Full Time