The Master's programme of Psychology is a one-year degree programme that prepares the student for a PhD programme or a career in psychology. Half the study load is dedicated to courses and the other half to carrying out the Master's project and writing the thesis. Students can carry out the Master's project and write the thesis concurrently with other coursework throughout the year, or follow all courses in one semester and do the Master's thesis in the other.
What specializations (tracks) can be chosen within the Master of Psychology?
The Master Psychology programme has 11 tracks, some of which are at least partly in Dutch. Below you find an overview of all tracks. In the English tracks, the full programme is taught in English. Please find the overview of all tracks on the Psychology Master's page.
The Psychology Department also participates in three different two-year, English-language Research Master’s programmes:
- Behavioural and Social Sciences is an interdisciplinary programme offered within the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences.
- Human-Machine Communication is offered by the Department of Artificial Intelligence in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
- Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience is a joint program involving the Behavioural and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, Medical Sciences, and Arts Faculties.
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