In the first semester you will be encouraged to advance your academic thinking and deepen your understanding of how knowledge is accquired and represented within psychology. The courses provide you with methodological skills required for independent reseach.
The second and third semesters are designed to increase your understanding and knowledge of psychology by deepening your comprehension of theories and current research.
During the fourth and final semester you will complete the programme by writing a thesis, which provides you with the possibility to demonstrate and enhance your understanding of theories and empirical research methods.
For a more detailed description of the courses (including course syllabus and schedule) please see links below.
The second or third semester (30 credits) can be replaced by elective courses.
It is also possible to acquire a degree of Master of Science (60 credits) with a major in Psychology. This degree includes the course:
Master´s Thesis 15 credits (PSYP02)
Please contact the Study Advisors if you are interested in this possibility.