Psychology at the University of Southern Denmark
Psychology is a study of peoples’ thoughts, feelings, needs, perceptions and behaviors - why we think, feel and behave the way we do. Psychology is a discipline that aims to understand every aspect of the person.
Psychologists work with a diverse range of clients with a diverse range of conditions and developmental challenges in a diverse range of environments. In general, psychologists work to help facilitate change in people with psychological conditions, or with people who find themselves involved in psychologically challenging situations.
As an undergraduate psychology student at the University of Southern Denmark, you will gain a comprehensive theoretical and empirically based understanding of key areas that make up psychology as a discipline, including a basic introduction to methods and skills used in psychological work.
How to become a psychologist at the University of Southern Denmark
To graduate as a psychologist at the University of Southern Denmark you must complete an education consisting of the following:
- 3 years full-time undergraduate study, which after completion leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology, and
- 2 years full-time postgraduate study, which after completion leads to a Master of Science degree in psychology.