Psychology (M.Sc.)

 

Psychology (Master of Science)

(Psychologie, M.Sc.)

 
 

General Information

Degree: Master of Science
Duration: 4 semesters
Language: German, some lectures/modules may be held in English. Students should be able to read professional literature in English.
Internship: internship within the study programme (see Semester Course Schedule)
Requirements for Admission:
1. a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology or an equivalent degree;
2. the passed suitability test.
Specific degree entrance requirements may be found here. For further questions please contact the departmental advisor’s office. Please also note the general information on the Master of Science degree programme, including information for students with degrees from abroad: International Admission.
Admission Procedure: As long as the requirements for admission (suitability test) are fulfilled, there is no restriction on admission
Part-time Studies: possible under specific conditions
Programme Start: winter semester
Application Deadline: International applicants find their application deadline here.
Application: Online
Special Features: A sound knowledge of the English language, which is necessary for understanding psychological original literature, is a prerequisite.
 

Brief Description

Semester Course Schedule (print version)
Semester Course Schedule (print version)

The more research-oriented Master’s degree programme in Psychology enables students to specialise in their fields of interest. Modules cover topics like Clinical Psychological Disorder, Diagonstics & Intervention over Human Factors to Specialisation Economic Psychology. The programme prepares the students for independent and scientifically sound psychological work in different fields of research and application, where the skills, functionality, and state of a person must be in line with requirements that can be a result of findings of the disciplines of engineering and business administration for the individual.

The students will acquire knowledge about psychological research and work techniques from an augmented understanding of the fundamentals, which will be implemented practically and in a model-oriented manner and will be evaluated comparatively to alternative approaches from psychology and other disciplines.

More information:

Modulhandbuch (Module Handbook)

Vorlesungsverzeichnis (Course Catalouge)

Fachbereich Humanwissenschaften (Department of Human Sciences)

 

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