Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Degree: Bachelor's degree
Field of study Psychology
Mode: full-time study
Duration: 3 years (6 semester)
Language: English

Program characteristics

Clinical Psychology is a subspecialty within the discipline of Psychology which covers a broad area of issues related to mental health prevention, assessment and treatment. By choosing this specialty you will learn the basics of human psychopathology, that is how mental and behaviour disorders are manifested and how they are classified. You will also study the rudimentary principles of diagnosing clients with mental health problems by means of standard psychological assessment methods, such as the clinical interview, behaviour observation and psychological tests.

During the courses from this specialty you will have an opportunity to develop and practise your own communication skills necessary when dealing with clinical clients. You will also learn the various psychological approaches that are applied to prevent and treat people with mental disorders. The knowledge and skills you gain after completing the programme will provide you with an excellent starting capital for continuing your further academic career towards MA in Clinical Psychology or other related fields.

knowledge and skills
the concepts of normality and pathology with reference to mental health
classifications of mental disorders
symptoms of mental disorders and their manifestations
clinical diagnosis
clinical interview
observational methods
psychological tests
psychotherapy and counselling principles
prevention of mental disorders

Admission fee 150 Euro
Tuition (year payment) 2200 Euro
Tuition (semester payment) 2x1250 Euro

*Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgystan, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine

Tuition fees for Non-EU members

Admission fee 150 Euro
Tuition (year payment) 3300 Euro
Tuition (semester payment) 2x1800 Euro

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