Occupational Psychology (BUS215)
Module code: BUS215
Module organiser: Dr Adedoyin Atewologun
This module is suitable for students who have deep appreciation of complex and multifaceted theories across all fields of psychology, including psychoanalytical, personal construct theory and constructionist approaches. It requires good knowledge of ontology, epistemology and research paradigms and methods, ability to read and engage with critical, interpretivist as well as statistically rich texts. Self-study in this course requires students to read and study above and beyond the recommended hours of independent learning time which covers academic journals, research monographs and psychological literature. This module encourages students to adopt a self-reflexive approach through which they can critically engage with advanced scholarship in the field of occupational psychology.
- Examination 60%
- Coursework 40%