Duration
3 years
Intakes
Oct
Study mode
Full-time
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

Psychology deals with the explanation and prediction of human behavior and experience.  It is active at the cross-section of social science, natural science, and humanities disciplines, and is above all, seen as an empirical science. Using observations, trials, and experiements, it tries to make assertions about the cause and relationships of human behavior. In addition to purely measuring, counting, and describing, empirical, mathematical methods of data analysis and interpretation play an important role. Psychology develops models on the basis of these empirical results in order to understand and explain human perception, thinking, and behavior depending on differnt factors (environmental conditions, genetic preconditions, individual development, etc).

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Entry Requirements

  • Relevant qualifications accepted by the University.