Consecutive Master of Science (M.Sc.) in PsychologyStudy guidelines, including SAP and module descriptions from 07/03/2019 - examination guidelines from from 07/03/2019 (valid for students starting in winter semester 2093/20)
Study guidelines, including SAP and module descriptions from 08/07/2013 - examination guidelines from 08/07/2013 (valid for students starting in winter semester 2013/14)
Detailed information on the program, prerequisites, application and study guidance can be found on the university's web pages for students and applicants.
The program is based on a modular structure. Every module is self-contained with specific goals, contents and teaching methods (lectures, tutorials, etc.). Detailed module descriptions can be found in the study regulations.
Credit points are attained in every module to a total of 120 points. One credit point is equivalent to 30 hours of work (including preparation and revision).
1. Basic modules (compulsory)
- Key competence and internship (module A)
- Research methods (module B)
- Methods and application areas of assessment (module C)
- Further development of knowledge on cognition, emotion, motivation and personality (module D)
2. Application modules (compulsory)
- Identifying and developing potentials (module E)
- Human resources/human factors (module F)
- Clinical psychology (module G)
3. Consolidation modules (compulsory)
- Consolidation of modules E, F and G (module H)
This module offers the opportunity of specialization through choosing seminars and tutorials from one or two of the three areas.
As a non-psychological module you can choose from:
- Educational science (module J1)
- German linguistics (module J2)
- Applied computer science (module J3)
- Human factors and ergonomics (module J4)
- Sociology (module J5)
- Sports science (module J6)
- Philosophy (module J7)
- Media communication (module J8)
- Business studies (module J9)