8 semesters
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About this course

The Bachelor of Psychology is aimed at candidates who are interested in psychological content and processes, human experience and behavio, seeking a career or a research career in the field of psychology. The program deals with both normal, unremarkable human behavior as well as disturbed, striking human behavior (diseases). Good knowledge of English and an interest in biology, mathematics and an interest in interdisciplinary approaches are necessary for the study of psychology. The program provides the basis for a variety of further qualifications and restorative programs.

The program is concerned with the empirical research, description and explanation of human behavior and experience, with particular attention paid to cognitive psychological issues.

The study of psychology prepares students for professional practice in psychology and related disciplines. A selection of career fields include:

  • Consulting activities in the social sector (eg education, law enforcement, Drugs, alcohol)
  • Aptitude tests (eg employment agencies, district recruiting offices, at TÜV)
  • Personnel Management and Development
  • Consulting
  • Psychosomatics and neuropsychological rehabilitation
  • Clinical work in psychiatry and other medical facilities
  • School psychological services
  • scientific activity

Entry Requirements

 The following are parts of the application process necessary for admission consideration:

  • Common Application
  • Educational History Form (EHF)
  • Certificate of secondary school completion such as the German Abitur (i.e. International Baccalaureate, High School Diploma (with recommended tests depending on your region), GCSE A-levels, etc.)
  • SAT or ACT
  • English Language Proficiency Test