You believe that people are the center of attention and want to learn more about how people perceive themselves and their living environment, how they behave, interact and change the world?
Social Psychology: Organization, Management, Counseling
For you psychology is very exciting - but don't want to work in medical therapy, but would rather acquire skills that you can apply in companies, organizations or in consulting? You want to understand how identity and social structures are connected, how organizations influence people and how we can influence organizations, what challenges diversity brings and how we tackle change in a way that brings people along?
"Social Psychology: Management, Organization, Counseling" suits for everyone who later wants to work in these fields:
Personnel management and development, team management (non-profit or for-profit), change management, counseling and coaching, conflict management
Note: This degree does not fulfill any prerequisites to enter professional/clinical therapy.
All at a glance
EU: 15. Sep., non-EU: 15. Jul. or later, depending on the visa process of your home country
Study program start
End of September
690 € / month
English + other language courses
Company projects, practical and semester abroad
On Mondays to Fridays (as well as block seminars)
Program Structure: Social Psychology
Each module in the Social Psychology: Organization, Management, Counseling course at Karlshochschule opens up a new and exciting world. When I look at the module overview, I can see how my course contents are logically interlinked and how this provides me with a much broader spectrum of Social Psychology.
Introduction to Psychology
Responsible Practices: Culture, Society, Ethics
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Scientific Research Methods
English / German as a Foreign Language 1.1
Discourse Theory and Psychology: Identitiy, Performance and Organizations
Social Psychology, (Media) Communication and Subjectification
Strategy as Practice
Markets, Values, Relationships
English / German as a Foreign Language 1.2
Managing people at work: Applying Organizational Psychology
Resources: Financial Resources, Human Resources, Organization
Foreign Language 2.1
Counseling and Transforming Teams: The Cases of Digitalization & Diversity
Consulting & Company Project
Change & Innovation
Controlling, Accounting & Reporting
Foreign Language 2.2 Host Language
Current Issues in Psychology
Ethics Elective: Intl. Community Project, Ethics and Globalization, Ethics and Sustainability, Ethics in Practice
Foreign Language 2.3 / Host Language
Bachelor Thesis including its Defense
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