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Faculty
Faculty of Humanities
Department
Psychology
Qualification
BA (Hons)
Level
Undergaduate
Mode
Full-time
Length
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,000 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Date
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Psychology (BSc)

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Career Opportunities
Program Structure

Our mission at GAU Psychology is to equip students with skills that matter for their future careers based on the personal strengths and interests of the students. Psychology comes in two basic forms: research and applied. Psychology aims to understand scientifically how people develop, think and learn, feel and relate to one another. Psychology also aims to help solve problems that may arise in personal, inter-personal, group and organizational life. At GAU, we provide training for both branches of psychology. For our B.Sc. degree, our department offers a unique two track program depending on the undergraduate’s needs. After two years of foundational courses in psychology that build both research and applied skills, students who are more interested in research – and post-doctoral research-based degrees – take courses that lead to a final year research thesis. For those who want to take up a profession in an applied branch of psychology – such as clinical, forensic, educational or counselling psychology – courses are taken that develop the relevant skills and there is opportunity for an internship with a professional practice.

 

The GAU Psychology department offers three postgraduate studies: an MSc in Applied Social Psychology, an MSc in Health Psychology and MSc in Psychological Counselling and Guidance. The MSc in Applied Social Psychology has both general and forensic specializations.

 

The Psychology Department is an approved by YOK in Turkey. The graduation certificate is equivalent to the European Psychology Certificate (EuroPsy). All courses in Psychology department are in English.

Title of Graduates:

 

Students who completed four year undergraduate level will gain “psychologist”  title and the students who received master degree will be called “specialized psychologist” in the sub field of psychology which they choose to complete their M.S. degree.

 

Carreer Opportunities:

 

Beside mastery of the concepts, theory, and methods of psychology, research technique and psychological perspectives, four year Psychology program also provides basic understanding and empathy that characterizes the competent professional in psychology area. Therefore program provides a wide range of job opportunities.  Psychology graduates have a wide range of job opportunities; they can work at human resources departments, hospitals, psychology laboratuars, private clinics, industry, schools, prisons etc.  Additionally program equips students to be able to do and provides opportunity for master programs to be scientists, academicians in psychology area.

Year 1

Fall Semester

  • COMP103  Introduction to Computer & Information Systems I
  • EGL101  Development of Reading Skills I
  • PSY101  Introduction to Psychology I
  • PSY103  Elementary Mathematics
  • PHIL101  Introduction to Philosophy
  • TURK001 NC Turkish I

Spring Semester

  • COMP104  Introduction to Computer & Information Systems II
  • EGL102  Development of Writing Skills
  • SOC104  Introduction to Sociology
  • PSY102  Introduction to Psychology II
  • PSY104  English for Psychology
  • TURK002 NC Turkish II

 

 

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

  • CS201  Communication Skills I
  • NH001 NC National History I
  • PSY211  Research Design in Psychology
  • PSY213  Critical Thinking
  • PSY221  Developmental Psychology I
  • PSY251  Social Psychology I

Spring Semester

  • CS202  Communication Skills II
  • PSY204  Biological Basis of Behaviour
  • PSY218  Statistics & Research Methods I
  • PSY284  Experimental Psychology
  • PSY240  Clinical Psychology I
  • NH002 NC National History II

 

 

 

Year 3

Fall Semester

  • PSY301  Pre-Dissertation Elective
  • PSY331  Testing & Measurement in Psychology
  • PSY337  Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • PSY321  Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY361  Personality and its Assessment

Spring Semester

  • PSY312  Ethics and History of Psychology
  • PSY318  Statistics & Research Methods II
  • PSY322  Developmental Psychology II
  • PSY338  Health Psychology
  • PSY344  Clinical Psychology II
  • PSY348  Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • PSY352  Social Psychology II

 

 

 

Year 4

Fall Semester

  • PSY401  Final Dissertation I
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective

Spring Semester

  • PSY402  Final Dissertation II
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective

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