COVID-19 Updates

Applied Psychology Timetables and Teaching during Covid-19

For all COVID-19 general information related to the University, see the UCC information page at https://www.ucc.ie/en/emt/covid19/

Applied Psychology is committed to delivering as much teaching on campus as possible in the prevailing pandemic circumstances, always subject to public health guidelines.

Each programme will aim to have as much face-to-face teaching as possible, as per the University's current policies.

Timetables

See below for draft timetables of our undergraduate courses. Each will remain subject to public health guidelines, and may change throughout the semester.

CourseTimetable Link
BA Applied Psychology Year 1 BAP1 Timetable 2021/22 
BA Applied Psychology Year 2 / HDip Applied Psychology Year 1 BAP2/HDip1 Timetable 2021/22
BA Applied Psychology Year 3 / HDip Applied Psychology Year 2 BAP3/HDip2 Timetable 2021/22
BA Psychology and Computing Year 1 BAPC1 Timetable 2021/22
BA Psychology and Computing Year 2 BAPC2 Timetable 2021/22
BA Psychology and Computing Year 3 BAPC3 Timetable 2021/22
MA Applied Psychology Semester 1 MA Applied Psychology S1 Timetable
MAAP Mental Health Semester 1 MA Applied Psychology (Mental Health) S1 Timetable
MAAP Positive Psychology Semester 1 MA Applied Psychology (Positive Psychology) S1 Timetable
MAAP Positive Psychology [Part Time Year 1] Semester 1 MA Applied Psychology (Positive Psychology) [Part-Time Year 1] S1 Timetable
MAAP Positive Psychology [Part Time Year 2] Semester 1 MA Applied Psychology (Positive Psychology) [Part-Time Year 2] S1 Timetable
MAAP Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour Semester 1 MA Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour S1 Timetable
MAAP Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour [Part-time Year 1] Semester 1 MA Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour [Part-Time Year 1] S1 Timetable
MAAP Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour [Part-time Year 2] Semester 1 MA Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour [Part-Time Year 2] S1 Timetable

 

Covid19 and the University Community

In keeping with the wider approach in society in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is recognised that the successful implementation of ‘Return to Campus’ can only be done on a cooperative basis with shared responsibility between staff and students and HEI management.

Government guidance is continually changing and it is essential that every member of the University community (staff and students) familiarises themselves with the most up-to-date available guidance.  Up to date guidance can be found on the following websites:

•              https://www.ucc.ie/en/emt/covid19/   

•              https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/ 

We all have a personal responsibility to understand how to keep ourselves and each other safe. Proper hand washing, respiratory hygiene and social distancing are more important than ever. The use of the HSE COVID-19 tracker app is also strongly recommended.

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