FAQ – Applied Psychology

Will I need to do work experience as part of the course?2022-08-31T22:43:52+01:00


Can this course be completed online?2022-09-01T20:06:58+01:00

We do not offer the Psychology & Social Studies course online.

What hours are involved?2022-08-31T22:33:32+01:00

The course is full time and runs Monday to Thursday potentially from 9-5pm and on Fridays from 9-2pm.  There are 24 hours of classes, so you may have a late morning or an early evening in the week and time off during the day for study/working on assignments. 

Is this course offered by night?2022-09-01T20:03:53+01:00

No, the course is not offered by night, however there are a range of similar modules and courses available at night (one in conjunction with Maynooth and one in conjunction with UCC). Please see https://ccocnightcollege.ie/ for further details.

How is the course assessed?2022-12-09T11:51:34+00:00

The course is assessed through a combination of coursework (projects, assignments, learner records and portfolios) which is done throughout the year and five written exams held at the end April/start May. 

How much does the course cost?2022-04-11T17:32:07+01:00

The course fees are €300 (€250 if you have a medical card).

What 3rd level Links does the Applied Psychology course have?2022-12-09T11:48:17+00:00

Go to our progressions page to see a full list of progressions from the Applied Psychology course.

Will I get a place in a 3rd level course if I do this course?2022-08-31T23:07:16+01:00

Many of our students each year progress to 3rd level courses. However, there is no guarantee of a place. Students apply through the CAO using their QQI level 5 results therefore students need to work hard in order to achieve the best possible results. There are limited progression places available, especially in Applied Psychology in UCC, so achieving the best results you can is critical to your success.

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