Want to know more about a featured scientific training in psychology? And you need more information about the Psychology programme to decide whether this is the right programme for you? Then take part in this web class! Get to know how psychologists study our thinking, development and our social interaction. Furthermore learn how Psychology is applied in work situations and in the clinical (neuro) practice. This web class offers a short introduction to the field of Psychology. We will introduce you to the varying subjects which Psychology students deal with during their study time. During the web class you will learn about these topics:
Week 1: Cognitive Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology
Week 2: Developmental psychology and Clinical psychology
Week 3: Industrial- and Organizational Psychology and Statistics
Week 4: Writing assignment
Student Workload and Awarding
The web class will take you four weeks with a study load of approximately 10 hours in total. You will receive a certificate if you do the assignments sufficiently every week. It is possible to use this course for credits at your school, but you have to arrange this with your school yourself. You can for example ask your teacher to join this web class, so he/she can keep up with your accomplishments.
The three-year Psychology Bachelor's degree is entirely in English. This web class gives a good impression of the diversity of the degree programme of Psychology. Especially during the first two years you will follow courses from different research fields. During the third year you have a lot of freedom to pick your own courses and specialize in the direction you are most interested in or broaden your knowledge by study abroad or at another faculty for a semester
Enrolment for the web classes is now closed. The enrollment for the extra web classes round opens on the 15th of March at 10:00.
Caution! Not all web classes are included in this extra round.If you have any questions regarding this web class, you can reach us at webklassen rug.nl or have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.
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