Faculties and Departments
The Faculty of Psychology is built around four pillars of study, “physiological and cognitive psychology,” “social psychology,” “developmental psychology,” and “clinical psychology,” which mark the four main domains of contemporary psychology study. The main line of study is not divided into courses in an attempt to provide a flexible education that does not lean excessively on any one specific domain of study. The curriculum has been designed to have students gain a broad expertise in psychology, and to give them a comprehensive understanding of the “human heart and mind.” With a full array of practical subjects, students develop their logical thinking abilities and practical skills based on a scientific understanding of the “human heart and mind” through the objective collection, analysis, and observation of data.
Students study the four main domains of psychology, “physiological and cognitive psychology,” “social psychology,” “developmental psychology,” and “clinical psychology,” in a comprehensive manner in what is a multi-faceted exploration of the “human heart and mind.” With a diverse range of classes on offer that provide students with new realizations through academic experiments and practices, students develop their ability to communicate research results in an accurate manner, while performing psychology research at an advanced level in an aim to employ these newfound skills in a wide range of fields in real world situations.