Undergraduate (Bachelors Degree)
Undergraduate Degree in Psychology
Learning period: 3 Years | Type of Program: Single major and double major | Enrollment Status: Open for the academic year 2022/2023 | Department web site
The mission of the Department of Psychology is to provide teaching and training at the highest level and to conduct cutting edge research. Our faculty members are involved in scientific activities with the aim of enriching and expanding the body of knowledge in psychology by linking across disciplines and implementing diverse methodologies. Inherent to this goal is the dissemination of knowledge through national and international journals and conferences.
The department is committed to provide the best teaching to its undergraduate and graduate students. Research methods, theoretical models, and important findings in the major sub-fields of psychology (i.e., developmental, social, clinical, cognition, neuropsychology, behavioral and cognitive neuroscience, neurocognition) are presented and discussed with the students at all levels of training.
A central goal of the department is to train the new generation of both researchers and professional psychologists.
It must be noted that the Bachelor’s program in Psychology is not a training course for professional psychologists. In order to practice as a professional psychologist, a Master’s degree is required. Graduates with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology can apply to any of the Master’s degree programs in theoretical or applied Psychology.
Bachelor’s studies in psychology do not qualify graduates as professional psychologists; professional psychologists must have an MA.