Bachelor Programme in Psychology (030300.62) (Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology)

Humanitarian, Social and Economic  Cycle (38-40 assessment units)
Core Subjects: History, Philosophy, Foreign Language (English), Foreign Language (German), Foreign Language (French), Culturology, Pedagogics, Political Science, Russian Language and Elocution, Legal Science, Sociology. 
Optional Subjects: History of Philosophy, Social History, Religion Studies,  Economics, Logic, Rhetoric.
Natural Sciences Cycle (20-23 assessment units)
Core Subjects: Concept of Modern Natural Science, Mathematics, Computer Science, Psychogenetics, The Theory of Probability and Applied Statistics. 
Optional Subjects: Genetics, Psychophysiology, Anthropology, Mathematical Model Psychology.
Professional Training Cycle (140-148 assessment units)
Core Subjects: Emergency Management, Anatomy and Physiology of Central Nervous System, Introduction into Profession, Zoopsychology and Comparative Psychology, History of Psychology, Mathematical Methods in Psychology, Methodological Backgrounds of Psychology, General Psychology, Psychodiagnostics, Psychology and Methodology of Pedagogical Activity, Psychology of Personality and Development, Industrial, Engineering Psychology and Ergonomics, Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Differential Psychology, Clinical and Special Psychology, Methodological Seminar on the Term Paper Topic, Occupational Psychology, Psychological Counseling and Therapy, Selfregulation Psychology. 
Optional Subjects: Communicative Training, Psychology of Business Communication, Psychology of Scientific Work with Text, Psychology of Stress, Group Psychotherapy, Psychology of Corporeity and Corporal Oriented Psychotherapy, Gestalt Therapy, Psychodiagnostics and Psychotherapy of Crises, Sexology, Suicidology.
Physical Education (2 assessment units)
Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (17 assessment units)
State Final Certification (10 assessment units)
Optional Subjects (10 assessment units)
Group Project Training (Business Plan), Group Project Training

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