In the major and minor subject of Teaching, Learning and Training Psychology you describe and explain the teaching and learning processes and how they change over time.
In doing so, you will consider individual, social, cultural and economic conditions for teaching and learning. After your studies, you will be able to design teaching processes in such a way that each individual can learn optimally. You will acquire knowledge, methodological skills and job-related action orientation in non-clinical areas.
The course of study is based on the knowledge and methods of the:
- general psychology,
- differential psychology,
- developmental psychology,
- social psychology,
- organizational psychology.
In addition, the following concepts, methods and findings are taught:
- instructional psychology,
- pedagogical-psychological diagnostics,
- educational psychology,
- Business Psychology.
Particular attention is paid to diagnostic, decision-making, communication and teaching/learning processes.
Our graduates are active in these professional fields:
- in psychological development diagnostics,
- in early intervention in the first years of life,
- in the planning and implementation of intervention and training measures
- in school psychological diagnostics for aptitude questions and school performance problems,
- in vocational and in-company education and training, further education and adult education,
- in personnel planning and organisational design.
However, the course does not qualify students for clinical-psychological activities or postgraduate studies. In particular, the course of study does not allow for training in the direction of a license to practice psychotherapy.