Diploma in Psychological Studies

Undergraduate Course

This is a two-year (or a four-semester) fulltime course of study leading to the award of the Diploma in Psychological Studies.

  • This course aims at providing individuals with a solid foundation in psychology which can be used within a broad range of professions including areas of industry such as marketing and general management, as well as domains within the public sector, for example social work and public administration.
  • Consequently graduates of the Psychological Studies programme are provided not only with a qualification that will enable them to enter the various sectors of the job market mentioned above, but also with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully and confidently develop themselves within their chosen workplace.

Structure of the Diploma in Psychological Studies

The period of study for full-time students is two academic years or four semesters covering both core subjects and elective subjects.

Each subject carries a fixed number of study credits. Fifteen lecture periods of forty-five minutes each plus all the prescribed work normally constitute one credit hour.

The normal load in each semester is 18 ECTS taught over 15 weeks. This means that there are at least 18 lecture hours per week.

Students studying towards the Diploma in Psychological Studies are required to take a minimum of 120 ECTS

Year 1

Semester 1 ECTS
Core Subjects
PSY-111 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I 5
PSY-112 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY I
5
PSY-113 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 5
PSY-110 THEMES AND PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHOLOGY I 5
Electives: 2 or 3 from (10-15)
PRL-137 German Language I 5
CST-110 Computers and Applications I 5
PRL-134 French Language I 5
PRL-132 English Language I 5
PSY-116 The Psychology of Individucal Differences 5
PSY-115 Introduction to Sociology I 5
PSY-114 Statistical Methods in Psychology I 5
BSM-112 Business Law I 5
BSM-111 Theory and Practice of Management I 5
BSM-110 Economics I 5
PRL-233 English Language V 5
Semester 2
Core Subjects
PSY-123 INTRODUCTION TO LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY 5
PSY-120 THEMES AND PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHOLOGY II 5
PSY-121 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II 5
PSY-122 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODOLOGY II 5
Electives: 2 or 3 from (10-15)
PRL-142 English Language II 5
CST-120 Computers and Applications II 5
PRL-243 English Language VI 5
PRL-144 French Language II 5
PRL-147 German Language II 5
PSY-126 States of Consciousness 5
PSY-125 Introduction to Sociology II 5
PSY-124 Statistical Methods in Psychology II 5
BSM-122 Business Law II 5
BSM-120 Economics II 5
BSM-121 Theory and Practice of Management II 5

Year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
Core Subjects
PSY-211 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLGY I: CHILD DEVELOPMENT 5
PSY-310 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY I 5
GEN-450 PROJECT I 5
Electives: 3 from 15
PSY-216 Comparative Psychology 5
PSY-210 Neuropsychology I 5
PSY-212 Practical Psychology Workshop I 5
PSY-213 Psychology of Education 5
PSY-214 Health psychology I 5
PSY-217 Environmental Psychology 5
CST-313 Human Computer Interaction 5
PSY-215 Statistics for the Social Sciences I 5
BSM-310 Human Resource Management I 5
CST-214 Information Systems 5
BSM-311 International Management I 5
PSY-319 Humanistic Psychology 5
PSY-318 The Psychology of Learning 5
PSY-317 Cross-Cultural Psychology I 5
PSY-315 Psychology of mind 5
PSY-314 Psychoanalysis I: Freudian Theory 5
PSY-313 Theories of Personality I 5
PSY-312 Psychology of Perception 5
PSY-311 Abnormal Psychology I 5
PSY-316 Cognitive Psychology 5
PRL-230 Communication in Practice I 5
PSY-218 Empirical methods in Psychology I 5
Semester 4
Core Subjects
GEN-451 PROJECT II 5
PSY-221 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY II: ADULT DEVELOPMENT 5
Electives: 4 from 20
PSY-322 Psychology of Language I 5
PSY-323 Theories of Personality II 5
PSY-324 Psychoanalysis II: Post Freaudian Theories 5
PSY-325 Selected Topics in Psychology 5
PSY-326 Occupational Psychology 5
PSY-327 Cross-Cultural Psychology II 5
BSM-321 International Management II 5
PSY-321 Abnormal Psychology II 5
PSY-220 Neuropsychology II 5
BSM-320 Human Resource Management II 5
PSY-320 Social psychology II 5
PSY-229 Human Information Processing 5
PSY-328 Philosophy of Psychology 5
PSY-228 Empirical Methods in Psychology 5
PSY-227 Organizational Psychology 5
PSY-226 The Psychology of Sex-Differences 5
PSY-225 Statistics for the Social Sciences II 5
PSY-224 Health Psychology II 5
PSY-222 Practical Psychology Workshop II 5
CST-312 I.T. Applications and Developments 5
Course Information
Department
Psychology

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