PURPOSE OF THE DEPARTMENT
The Department of Psychology aims to educate students who can think analytically and apply acquired skills in conjunction with theoretical knowledge. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be researchers, open to innovations and change with good communication skills. They will have social and cultural values, the ability to think critically and a high degree of responsibility.
DURATION AND CONTENT OF EDUCATION
In the course of the four years of the program, the department of Psychology aims to provide an education based on the amalgamation of theory and practical applications. Some courses covered within the scope of the department include: Introduction to Psychology, History of Psychology, Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Learning Psychology and Cognitive Psychology, Personality Theories, Psychotherapy Approaches, Physiological Psychology Organizational Psychology, Ethics in Psychology, Research Methods, Psychopathology, Statistics, Neuropsychology, Community Mental Health, Communication Skills, Trauma Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Psychotherapeutic Interviewing Techniques and Health Psychology.
REQUIREMENTS OF THE CAREER
Those who choose to complete the Psychology program and aspire to work as a psychologist should: