Welcome to the School of Natural Sciences & Psychology (NSP)
Welcome to the School of Natural Sciences & Psychology
BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology at LJMU
is recognised by the British Psychological Society and confers eligibility for graduate membership of the BPS and the Graduate Basis for Registration...
BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour at LJMU
provides a strong underpinning in all the relevant zoological disciplines required to interpret animal behaviour...
BSc (Hons) Biology at LJMU
offers ample opportunities for work-related and work-based learning, designed to enhance the employability of our graduates...
BSc (Hons) Forensic Anthropology at LJMU
With expertise in digital 3-dimensional facial reconstruction, mass grave recovery, and human rights, our teaching is always informed by current research in the field.
BSc (Hons) Geography at LJMU
This programme not only provides a strong underpinning of essential subject knowledge but an integral theme of Geography at LJMU is its interdisciplinary and applied nature.
BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation at LJMU
This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to play an active part in meeting the challenges of wildlife conservation in the 21st century.
BSc (Hons) Zoology at LJMU
is designed to appeal to students who have a particular interest in whole animal biology. That is, there is a strong focus on how animals interact with one another and with their environment.
The school of Natural Science and Psychology+
which was formally established in 2008, is one of four academic departments within the Faculty of Science, one of five Faculties in the University. The other academic departments in the Faculty are the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, and the Astrophysics Research Institute. Please click here for more information about our School
is a key strategic priority for the School, with particular strengths in the areas of anthropology, biological sciences, developmental and cognitive psychology, health psychology and neuroscience. The internationally recognised Research Centre for Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology is also based in the School. Please click here for more information about our Research
Resources and facilities+
In 2010, the psychology part of the School moved into the new £26 million Tom Reilly Building with the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. New state of the art laboratories, together with staff accommodation and student teaching space have provided the School with world class facilities. This has enabled the School to consolidate all of its teaching and research in one site at Byrom Street.
The School offers a range of programmes at undergraduate level in the areas of biological sciences and psychology, including a Foundation in Natural Sciences. All of the psychology programmes provide students with the opportunity of recognition by the British Psychological Society. An MSc programmes provide accredited postgraduate training and professional development in health psychology. Please click here for more information about our Courses