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Master's Degrees in
Psychology in Germany

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Studying Psychology

Psychology is defined as the study of the mind, in all its aspects. Psychology degrees deal with the understanding of individuals and their behaviour within society and considering the human stages of development. Psychology can be distinguished in two main groups of basic, theoretical psychology and applied psychology.

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Studying in Germany

Universities in Germany are famous for excellent education, not only in engineering. German degrees are recognized all around the world and have a strong international focus. Various scholarships and special support for international students are available.

10 Psychology Master's degrees in Germany

M.Sc. International Management and Psychology

International Management and Psychology, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences - Managers are well aware of the fact that in times of global networking and dynamically changing working environments success increasingly depends on human factors. For multicorporate enterprises efficient cooperation and multinational team leadership are key factors for achieving competitive advantage.

COMMUNICATION AND ENVIRONMENT
M.Sc. Cognitive Systems

The Cognitive Systems programme is offered at the University of Ulm.Our cognitive functions allow us to interact with objects and persons in our environment, to smoothly adapt and react to external influences, and to gain knowledge. We do so by using various senses and relying on previous experiences from other contextual situations and our ability to learn, reason and plan future actions.

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M.Sc. Psychology: Human Performance in Socio-Technical Systems

The master study program HPSTS focuses on teaching the fundamental principles, methods, and applications for the optimal design and the efficient management of socio-technical systems, the individual extension in supplemental areas, and the acquisition of general skills. The following chairs offer a joint curriculum: Work and Organizational Psychology Psychology of Learning and Instruction Engineering Psychology Traffic and Transportation Psychology Social Psychology Methods of Psychology In Addition: Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy

Faculty of Natural Sciences
M.Sc. Psychology: Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience

Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience (CAN) offers a wide array of neuroscientific methods to analyze human behavior and perception. It comprises the modules Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychobiology, Lifespan Developmental Neuroscience, Neurobiology of individual differences, Neuroimaging, and Statistical Methods and the supplemental modules Clinical Psychology, Psychotherapy, and Human Performance in Socio-Technical Systems. Students have access to molecular biological, psychophysiological, and reaction time laboratories and to the Neuroimaging Center.

Faculty of Natural Sciences