The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology gives the student a thorough understanding of central theories and methods within psychology.
The undergraduate programme of study gives the student the knowledge (theoretical and methodological) needed to identify, formulate and solve complex psychological problems. The successful graduate will be qualified to study psychology at postgraduate level, or any other post-graduate study for which a bachelor degree in psychology fulfils criteria for enrolment.
The undergraduate programme of study consists of modules that integrate knowledge and understanding of general or applied psychology with methodological, communicative and profession relevant skills.
The undergraduate programme of study consists of individual modules offered consecutively (4 modules = 60 ECTS = 1 academic year of study). The individual modules placing in the programme of study is given in the table below.