Psychology

Webster Vienna Private University
In Wien (Österreich)

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  • Bachelor
  • Wien (Österreich)
Beschreibung

Webster's psychology program offers a sound introduction to the field of psychology. Learning about psychology is more than facts it involves creatively furthering theory, practically applying knowledge, and encouraging individualized reflection on the personal meaning of the topics studied. Our faculty consists of experienced professionals who bring a wealth of practical experience into the classroom.

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Wien
Berchtoldgasse 1, A-1220, Wien, Österreich
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· Voraussetzungen

Students must have completed a secondary school education (i.e. hold a high school diploma, Matura, Abitur, or the equivalent) before starting these programs.

Themenkreis

Webster’s psychology program offers a sound introduction to the field of psychology. Learning about psychology is more than facts – it involves creatively furthering theory, practically applying knowledge, and encouraging individualized reflection on the personal meaning of the topics studied. Our faculty consists of experienced professionals who bring a wealth of practical experience into the classroom. They work as clinical psychologists and psychotherapists, research topics such as burnout or the psychological dynamics of financial markets, conduct seminars for the business world, and deal with public health issues such as AIDS or the psychological training of hospital nurses. Students work in small groups, which allow for close contact and productive exchange between students and their professors. In addition to performing interesting work in the field, graduates of the program have continued their studies at internationally known institutions such as Columbia University, Cambridge University, the London School of Economics, Yale University, and the Sorbonne Institute

Degree Requirements

42 Required credit hours in the Major (14 courses)
27 General Education credit hours (9 courses)
59 Elective credit hours (20 courses)

A minimum of 42 credit hours must be selected from psychology. With the required 42 hours, at least 12 hours must be at the 3000 level and 6 hours must be at the 4000 level.

Required Courses

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Introduction to Measurement and Statistics
  • Introduction to Research Methods
  • History, Philosophy, and Systems of Psychology
  • Senior Seminar

In addition, one course must be completed from four of the following six content areas:

Biological and Evolutionary Perspectives

  • Health Psychology
  • Human Sexuality
  • Drug and Chemical Dependency
  • Physiological Psychology

Clinical and Counseling Perspectives

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Personality Theory
  • Introduction to Counseling

Lifespan Development Perspectives

  • Child Psychology
  • Adolescent Psychology
  • Human Development
  • Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

Learning and Cognitive Perspectives

  • Psychology of Learning Processes
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Behavioral Management
  • Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making

Social and Cross-Cultural Perspectives

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Social Psychology
  • Cross-Cultural and International Psychology

Advanced Research Methods

  • Psychological Tests and Measurements
  • Advanced Statistics
  • Advanced Research Methods

Duration: 3-4 years

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Preisinformation: Tuition (10 courses) EURO 14,400

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