8 semester, 4 years
Bologna accredited Bachelor of Science in Psychology (240 ECTS); UK degree by the University of West London (480 UK credits)
The main outcome of the study program is an educated student who knows how to think critically and analytically, to understand the basic concepts of psychological science, to apply the acquired knowledge in different fields of applied branches of psychology, respect the methodological and ethical principles governing the application of acquired knowledge in this field, has developed communication skills and skills necessary to perform counselling and therapeutic work of psychologists.
The program aims to train students to work in various positions in the field of consultative and advisory work in schools, companies, government agencies, marketing and research type of organizations and in organizational activities in variety of sectors, as well as for all other tasks that require knowledge of basic psychological knowledge and skills.
Psychology can be both fun and fascinating.
Studying psychology will give you knowledge, skills and abilities to understand human mind and behaviour. It will give you skills and competences to research, analyse, predict and experiment.
It can help you understand people around you, what motivates them or influences their behaviour. Studying psychology can help you understand yourself, how you grow and change over time, how society and culture affects you, how you interact with your friends, family or teachers.
In studying psychology you will also learn a number of transferable skills including statistics, survey and polling, focus groups and similar forms of qualitative and quantitative research, logical thinking, reporting and problem solving. This makes Psychology graduates highly competitive and sought after on a job market, especially in the field of advertising, marketing, human resource management, etc.
The most common areas of specialisation in professional applied psychology are:
Clinical and health psychology
(working in the health system)
(working in the education and school system)
Work and organisational psychology
(working in organisations and industry)
However, there is a growing range of other fields where psychologists have developed applications and professional activity.
- community psychology
- psycho-social intervention psychology
- counselling psychology
- economic psychology
- environmental psychology
- forensic and legal neuropsychology
- sport and exercise psychology
- crisis and disasters
- consumer behaviour