Psychology

Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives

The Department of Psychology has set the following objectives for the undergraduate program:
  • To have graduates, who are equipped with the basic skills of critical and scientific thinking, do research and apply fundamental ethical principles,
  • To provide students with theoretical knowledge and applied skills in basic fields of psychology,
  • To have graduates who can scientifically interpret the effects of behavioral and mental functions and/or can provide clinical or organizational services throughout their career in different fields (education, research, human resources, etc.),
  • To give comprehensive training for both theoretical and applied aspects of psychology,
  • To appreciate intercultural and interpersonal diversity,
  •  To teach active learning principles and encourage students to pursue active learning principles in other fields.
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