The Master’s degree programme Psychologie: Arbeit, Technik, Organisation enables students to specialise in their fields of interest. The focus of the course is on work, organisational and business psychology. It is scientifically-methodically and interdisciplinary-technically oriented. 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. more research-oriented
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.
Please note the information provided by the : The current Master's programme in Psychology has an application focus on industrial, engineering, organisational and business psychology. It is not a 'clinical' Master's degree. It will no longer be possible to train as a psychotherapist after completing the programme. Institute of Psychology
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The study programme was awarded the quality seal of the German Psychological Society.