Contents of the programme
Psychology as a science is concerned with behaviour and experience as well as their causes and effects. Its task is to identify the conditions of the environment and in the organism on which behaviour and experience depend in their respective forms and expressions. At the same time, the task is to develop proposals and instructions on how to create the best possible psychological conditions and to participate in their implementation.
In order to achieve these goals, the master's programme teaches comprehensive knowledge in subjects of applied psychology (Work and Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology) as well as advanced knowledge in basic subjects. There is flexibility in how you combine your individual courses.
You will also learn important transferable skills for the professional practice in the various fields of psychology. These include the mastery of psychological conversation techniques, the ability to conduct experimental research, to observe systematically, to implement social science survey methods and to present scientific results using modern teaching techniques, as well as relevant computer skills.
Why a master's degree?
As a postgraduate degree, the master's programme in Konstanz teaches in-depth knowledge particularly in areas of applied psychology, such as Psychological Assessment, Work and Health Psychology as well as Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology.
Features of the master's programme in Konstanz:
- case study seminars and practical research seminars in the subjects of applied psychology
- advanced knowledge in basic subjects
- excellent basis for further qualifications in academia (PhD programmes)
- fullfillment of prerequisites for the training as a psychotherapist
You can find the current curriculum and the courses offered in the Psychology master's programme in the course catalogue ZEuS.
Registration period for exams
The Examination Board (StPA) determines the exam registration periods. For more information, please visit the homepage of our department.
Registration/deregistration outside these periods is not possible!
Registration periods for master's theses: 01 Dec - 15 Dec and 01 May - 15 May.
Examination & admission regulations
You can find the examination and the admission regulations in the Forms and Downloads section.