Academic discipline: Humanities
Qualification: Human Behavior Analyst
Starting date: September
Language requirements: English language proficiency (TOEFL 513 /IELTS 5.5/oral examination)
Academic requirements: high school certificate
Admission criteria: English Placement Test + Oral Entrance Exam (see details here)
Duration: 6 semesters
ECTS credits: 180
Tuition fee: 6,000 USD/year
Other fees: application fee 150 USD, entrance procedure fee 350 USD
The aim of the program is to introduce students into the theoretical foundations and basic methods of psychology and also, to give an insight into the applied branches of psychology. The program develops the skills of the students and provides them with techniques that can be used in order to measure, explore and develop individuals, groups or organizations through professional measures and intervention. Students will obtain an integrated knowledge of education, communication, socialization, learning and human development. The BA program offers a solid basis (in terms of knowledge and approaches) for further learning in any psychology MA program.
Lecture, seminar: 60%
Main subjects typically include (this list is indicative and may change):
|1||History of philosophy, Society, culture and Socialization, Theory and Practice of Communication, Computer science, Professional socialization, Basics of Biology, Statistics for Psychologists, Experimental Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Personality Psychology, Social Psychology|
|2||Methodology, Statistics for psychologists, Experimental Psychology, Research Methods in Cognitive Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Diagnostics in Personality Psychology, Social Psychology, Sport Psychology, Clinical Child Psychology, Work psychology, Psychology of School Teaching and Learning|
|3||Individual Research in Developmental Psychology, Individual Research in Personality Psychology, experimental social Psychology, Individual Research in Social Psychology, Psychophysiology of Cognitive Processes, Psycholinguistics, Experimental Affective Psychology, Helping Relations, Clinical and Health Psychology, Laboratory Practice in Work Psychology, Learning Disabilities, Thesis|
Career prospects: A human behavior analyst can contribute to completing tasks in any organization, field, or institute, where education, recruitment, selection, or health activities take place. Furthermore, a human behavior analyst can also work in any psychological laboratory and can complete and evaluate several standard experiments and aptitude tests used, for example in organisational psychology. It is important, that a behaviour analyst should work under the supervision of a qualified psychologist. Thus, for fulfilling the responsible work of a qualified psychologist MA qualification in psychology is needed. However, a human behavior analyst can effectively assist among others the work of a school psychologist, organization psychologist, or the work of scientific researcher.
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