Building on an eight-semester bachelor's degree, the two-semester master’s program acquires in-depth competencies in the scientific processing of psychological questions as well as for independent and responsible work in central professional fields of psychology. The students choose one of the following fields of application as a focus: work, organizational and business psychology, clinical psychology and psychotherapy, neuroscientific psychology, child and adolescent psychology. In addition, further knowledge and skills are acquired in a second field of application and in psychological assessment. In combination with the previous bachelor's degree, the course creates the entry requirements for postgraduate courses and further education courses,
industrial, organizational and business psychology, clinical psychology and psychotherapy, neuroscientific psychology, child and adolescent psychology.
Proof of completion of the specific bachelor's degree in "Psychology" or evidence of a comparable domestic or foreign university degree qualifying for a profession.
The professional bachelor's degree or comparable university degree must include at least 240 credit points (ECTS) or a course of study with a standard period of 8 semesters or 4 years and with at least the overall grade "satisfactory" (grade 3.0 or 7.9 grade points ) have been completed. The psychological proportion of the course content must be at least 60% and the following content must be part of the course:
knowledge of English at level B2 is recommended.
Admission restriction (according to the Hessian procurement ordinance )
Higher semesters may be admission-free. >> Further information on the
aptitude test procedure - You can find information on the aptitude test procedure via the link to the application below
The study of psychology prepares you for independent professional practice in important areas of psychology, such as work, organizational and business psychology, diagnostics, clinical psychology and psychotherapy, neuroscientific psychology, and child and adolescent psychology. The master's examination forms a second professional qualification in the course of study in psychology, which is particularly suitable for independent work in applied and scientific fields of activity.
In addition, the course, in combination with the previous bachelor's degree, should also enable the entry requirements for postgraduate courses and further education courses (e.g. postgraduate psychotherapy training).
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