Modern psychology is divided into several subdisciplines, psychologists work in a number of different settings, including universities and colleges, primary and secondary schools, marketing, business development, government agencies, private industry, hospitals, clinics, and private practices. Recent years have seen a rise in the significance of applied psychology—as can be seen from the areas contemporary psychologists concern themselves with
  • Addiction Psychology
  • Aging Societies
  • Applied Business Psychology
  • Applied Psychology
  • Applied Psychology for Economics
  • Behavioral Guidance
  • Behavioural Leadership
  • Business Administration and Business Psychology
  • Business and Media Psychology
  • Business Coaching and Change Management
  • Business Psychology
  • Business Psychology – Personnel and Organisational Development
  • Business Psychology & Consulting
  • Business Psychology, Leadership & Management
  • Business, Media & Psychology
  • Change Management & Decision Making
  • Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy
  • Clinical Gerontopsychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
  • Clinical Psychology, Neurosciences and Rehabilitation Science
  • Clinical Social Work
  • Coaching
  • Coaching and supervision
  • Coaching, Organisation Consulting, Supervision
  • Coaching, Organization Consulting, Supervision
  • Cognitive Computing
  • Cognitive Neuropsychology
  • Cognitive Science
  • Cognitive Science – Embodied Cognition
  • Communication psychology
  • Communication Psychology and Management
  • Consulting and Consulting Science – Coaching – Training
  • Consulting and Social Work
  • Consulting, Organisational Development and Coaching
  • Crisis, Conflict and Disaster Communication
  • Digital Psychology
  • Economic and Organisational Psychology
  • Economics, Psychology and Management
  • Educational Psychology
  • Engineering Psychology
  • Family Sciences
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Guidance & Social Management
  • Guidance and Intervention in Social Work
  • Guidance and Intervention in Social Work and Child Education
  • Guidance in the World of Work – Coaching, Supervision and Organisational Consulting
  • Health and Diversity at Work
  • Health Psychology
  • Health Psychology & Medical Education
  • Human Factors
  • Integrated Social and Cognitive Psychology
  • Integrative Consulting
  • Inter-Cultural Business Psychology
  • Intercultural Conflict Management
  • Intercultural Psychology
  • International Management and Psychology
  • International Organisations and Crisis Management
  • Legal Psychology
  • Life Coaching
  • Media and Business Psychology
  • Media and Instructional Psychology
  • Media Psychology
  • Mediation
  • Mediation and conflict management
  • Mental Health
  • Mind and Brain
  • Neuro- and behavioural sciences
  • Neurocognitive Psychology
  • Occupational & Communications Psychology
  • Occupational and Organisational Psychology
  • Paediatric Psychotherapist
  • Philosophy-Neurosciences-Cognition
  • Prevention and Health Psychology
  • Psychological Diagnostics and Evaluation
  • Psychological Psychotherapist
  • Psychology
  • Psychology – Childhood & Adolescence
  • Psychology – clinical and health-related
  • Psychology – Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
  • Psychology – Human Factors
  • Psychology – Industrial and Organisational Psychology
  • Psychology – Legal Psychology
  • Psychology – Work, Society, Environment
  • Psychology & Management
  • Psychology & Psychotherapy
  • Psychology and Management
  • Psychology and Society
  • Psychology in Child Learning and Development
  • Psychology in Sport and Exercise
  • Psychology of Learning and Teaching
  • Psychology with a focus on Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Psychology: Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience •
  • Psychology: Human Performance in Socio-Technical Systems
  • Psychology: Learning Sciences
  • Psychosocial Counselling
  • Psychosocial Counselling and Law
  • Psychosocial Counselling and Therapy
  • Psychosocial Counselling in the fields of Social Work / Social Pedagogy
  • Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Care
  • Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Care
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychotherapy – Behavioural Therapy
  • Psychotherapy – Psychoanalysis
  • Psychotherapy – Psychoanalysis-Based Psychotherapy
  • Psychotherapy, depth-oriented and analytical
  • Rehabilitation psychology
  • Religion and Psychotherapy
  • Sales Management and Sales Psychology
  • School Psychology
  • Sensorics and Cognitive Psychology
  • Social Work, Psychosocial Counselling and Mediation
  • Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
  • Sports Psychology
  • Strategic Management and Consulting
  • Systemic Counselling
  • Talent Management – Business Psychology
  • Teaching, Learning and Training Psychology



Business and Media Psychology

The course is an interdisciplinary interface between the three competency areas of psychology, economics and media and addresses the requirements of the modern job market. The aim is to train interdisciplinary experts who have a structured, analytical mindset in order to conceive economic business and media offers, to implement them and to successfully optimize them using their psychological expertise. Students gains expertise in strategic brand communication / public relations, digital business, data science or human-machine interaction.

Behavioral Guidance

The increasing changes in the living and working conditions of our society, for example in family, school and work, lead to an increasing need for advisory services. Individuals, couples, families and groups are affected. “Advice” is thus becoming a central form of intervention for professional help in psychosocial and educational occupational fields. The course focuses on behavior-oriented methodology and teaches you in five semesters the profound intervention-related and pedagogical skills that you need in modern psychosocial counseling. It enables to position in the field of psychosocial and education.

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Cognitive Neuropsychology

Cognitive Neuropsychology is an emerging field of Experimental Psychology and the Cognitive Neurosciences focusing on brain research-oriented discipline of psychology. The course offerings are from the brain research-oriented disciplines of Psychology (general and experimental, biological, neuro-, and developmental psychology) as well as from Medicine (neuroanatomy and -physiology, neuropsychiatry, neurology). The program prepares students for a career in research with the opportunity to choose an innovative applied subject field.

Digital Psychology

Increasing digitization of everyday life presents companies and society itself with enormous challenges. The focus digital psychology is on the effects of digitization on people and on the use of digital technologies. The course deals with methods of the psychology of persuasion (influencing), forms of diverse digital advice and influencing people in the field of social media communication and with the methods and current knowledge of digitization (e.g., the brain in digital change) and digital, complex interactions between people, organizations and systems, with view of digital application in the context of psychology.

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Pursuing PSYCHOLOGY AND GUIDANCE studies in Germany
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