The Psychology programme offers insight into the concepts and approaches in modern psychology and its disciplines as well as an overview of the history of psychology. As a part of their studies, students are prepared for academic careers in psychology, with a special focus on psychodiagnostics and classification of psychology disciplines, and are required to write original essays and critical commentaries. The study programme also includes courses and trainings focused on personality development, communication skills, self-reflection, and providing professional help to people in need.
A successful graduate is able to
- Use accurate terminology describing the disciplines of psychology that are covered by the study programme.
- Describe and explain the theoretical background of psychology.
- Design a research project in psychology so that it can be successfully completed.
- Apply theoretical knowledge to phenomena and events of everyday life.
- Use the skills of a psychologist.
Graduates of Psychology as a single-subject programme have a broad basic education in psychology and are ready to enrol in a Master’s degree programme. Graduates of Psychology combined with another discipline can pursue a career in professions that allow them to combine their knowledge of psychology and related skills with the competences obtained in the other programme (e.g. public and private sector; social care; state administration; diplomacy; non-governmental organizations; journalism; HR; editing, publishing, and education; marketing; politics; public relations; law enforcement; management; business; etc.).
|Faculty||Faculty of Social Studies|
|Type of study||bachelor's|
|Standard length of studies||3 years|
|Language of instruction||czech|
Field combinations with Psychology
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Combinations with fields of other faculties
Faculty of Arts
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For further information please go to http://www.psych.fss.muni.cz/.