What is Psychology?
Psychology is a discipline whose goal is to understand and improve functioning of individuals, groups, and societies as a whole. Psychologists deal with diagnosis and treatment of mental health issues. However, psychological knowledge and skills are also necessary in a number of professions dealing with various challenges related to human mind and behavior. Therefore, graduates of psychology program can pursue careers in a variety of fields, including education, healthcare, business, media, market research, marketing and advertising as well as IT research and design.
Level: Graduate Studies (M.A.)
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)
IELTS 6.0; CAE 47-51; TOEFL iBT 69-70;
TOEFL Computer-based 196; TOEFL Paper-based 525
Who May Apply?
The graduate level Psychology program is appropriate for students who hold an undergraduate degree in Psychology or another field of study with little exposure to Psychology. Students falling into the latter category are obliged to complete supplementary undergraduate psychology modules (i.e. Personality Psychology, Psychology of Emotion or Developmental Psychology), which will be assigned upon admission. These modules are provided free of charge and should be completed during the first year of study.