Undergraduate (Bachelors Degree)
Undergraduate Degree in Counseling and Human Development
Learning period: 3 Years / Bachelor’s degree in 2 years | Type of Program: Double Major | Enrollment Status: Registration begins January 29, 2023. | Department web site
The Bachelor degree in the Department of Counseling and Human Development provides broad theoretical knowledge about counseling processes in the context of human development. We offer a broad range of courses focusing on human behavior with an emphasis on developmental processes across life. Students will acquire knowledge about human behavior, the normative and pathogenic development of children, youth, and adults, as well as about adjustment problems and populations at risk. Specific courses focus on the home environment, relationships with peers, the individual within the school system, and cultural context to normative or dysfunctional behavior. Besides this broad theoretical focus, students will also acquire knowledge on interventions aimed at increasing mental well-being and fulfilling the intellectual and emotional potential of humans while taking into account their specific developmental context.