The BSc in Psychology – Psychosocial Disciplines (Corso di Laurea Triennale in Psicologia - Discipline) course offered by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO combines the scientific knowledge from psychological research and cognitive neurosciences with the knowledge from the heritage of humanistic and education sciences.
The programme focuses on the acquisition of professional-technical tools that are essential to enter the labour market. Therefore, this course favours the acquisition of theoretical knowledge and the development of professional skills that can be used in many operational settings such as psycho-social consulting, psychometric assessment, human resources management, training and guidance, healthcare and welfare within public as well as private structures.
Note: Professional rights for a licensed psychologist vary between countries and the different regulatory bodies. Special conditions apply.
The course offers the opportunity to study fundamental issues in this discipline such as the study of intra-psychic structures and processes, the dynamics characterising human relations and the psycho-physiological mechanisms on which behaviour is based.
The study of these issues aims to integrate individual and team-work activities to acquire the theoretical foundations of general, social and development psychology and suitable operational skills, such as the psycho-social survey methodology, statistical methods and skills related to communication and information technologies.
The course is delivered 100% on-campus with full access to state-of-the art facilities. Students will also have additional access to course and reading materials via the UNINETTUNO platform.
The BSc in Psychology course has been designed to provide the necessary knowledge of human behaviour in various physiological processes, with a combination of psychology and basic cognitive science that provides a clear understanding of human nature.
You will earn a bachelor’s degree with 180 European University Credits (ECTS). This helps student mobility in the EU when it comes to transferring credits from one higher education institution to another.
The course prepares students for roles in care and welfare and in the field of development, rehabilitation and support in educational processes. Students will be able to work for various organisations including in the clinical and community sectors.
International Students Price: €9,450/year | EU Students Price: €7,000/year
The School's admissions process is subject to the Consumer Contracts (Terms and Conditions). Information on your Right of Withdrawal and our Refund Policy can be found in the BSBI study agreement.
The majority of your work will be completed in groups and ongoing support will be provided through the use of structured, targeted individual and online tutorials.
The learning and teaching will include a variety of methods such as lectures, tutorials, workshops, animated/non-animated video, practical work, seminars and field trips. The assessment strategy will include individual/group reports and/or presentations, case studies, essays, portfolio development, reflective journals and experiential work-based activities.
The modules of this programme are offered and delivered 100% on campus. Students will also have additional access to course and reading materials via the UNINETTUNO platform.
Teaching takes place Monday to Saturday, during morning, afternoon or evening sessions.
Please note: each year is divided into three terms.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to the field of psychology and its various disciplines and create the theoretical and practical background around them.
At the end of the course, students will have a detailed theoretical, empirical and applied knowledge in psychology along with practical skills, research and cognitive techniques and new ways of thinking which are necessary for their academic and professional development.
Knowledge and skills gained from a degree in psychology can be useful throughout a variety of career paths. A degree in psychology opens the doors that can lead to a professional license in social work, counselling, mental health and applied behaviour analysis, among other things.
BSBI’s dedicated Careers Service helps psychology students and alumni reach their career goals and realise their potential. The Service offers specialised support and aims to build long-lasting relationships with local and national employers. To find out more about the support available, visit the Careers Service website.
*The School's admissions process is subject to the Consumer Contracts (Terms and Conditions). Information on your Right of Withdrawal and our Refund Policy can be found in the BSBI study agreement.
18 (titles awarded upon completion of at least 12 years of schooling)
English Language requirements
IELTS 6.0 (no less than 5.5 in any component), equivalent Password Test, PTE Academic (both in test centre and online accepted) 50+ score, TOEFL IBT or equivalent (e.g. Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), Trinity's Integrated Skills in English (ISE): ISE I (B1) for BAF with *Pass in each component; ISE II (B2) for all Master and BA courses with *Pass in each component; ISE III (C1) for DBA with *Pass in each component.
English proficiency requirements can be waived for:
*According to the Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO admission criteria.
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