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Psychology
BA
Bachelor of Arts
Learn the skills necessary to understand the science of behavior and mental processes to help others
Psychology at EUC
As a Psychology student at EUC you gain an understanding of why people behave in a certain way or how to overcome negative patterns of behavior that could prevent them from reaching their full potential.  Grounded in practice and theory, the program focuses on understanding how people think, develop, and interact.  Students learn how the brain works, how it changes with age, and how humans perceive and interpret behavior.  The program also emphasizes the social and educational aspects of psychology, as well as the qualitative and quantitative skills required for research and practice in the field. The degree provides practical training in research, under the supervision of department faculty.  Our graduates are well prepared for further study which allows them to specialize in areas such as Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Counselling and Guidance. Our students who pursue postgraduate studies are eligible for registration with the Cyprus Registration Board for Professional Psychologists.

Program Summary

Languages:English | Greek
Duration:4 years
Mode of Study:Online
ECTS:240

Our graduates work in:

  • Mental Health Services
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Human Resources Management
  • Educational Psychology
  • Applied Research
  • Police Force

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Admission Process

Our dedicated Admissions Team will guide you every step of the way by answering  all of your questions, helping you choose a program of study and starting your  EUC experience with a virtual or actual campus tour.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Our Scholarship and Financial Aid program aims to provide prospective and enrolled students with information and resources to financially support your  educational goals.  This takes the form of academic scholarships, athletics scholarships and family/need-based financial aid.

Student Housing

Our student accommodation units are located only minutes from campus and are designed to offer students high quality living spaces in elegant studios and one-bedroom flats supported by great social spaces, in-house gym, laundry rooms and 24–hour security service.

Cyprus Psychological Association Graduates will be eligible to register with Cyprus Professional and Scientific Psychological Association provided they continue for a Master degree in a related field (i.e. Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Organizational Psychology etc.). The MSc degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology of EUC is officially recognized for registration with the Cyprus Professional and Scientific Psychological Association. Hands-on Experience A key element of the EUC Psychology degree is the hands-on experience that students benefit throughout their studies. Besides the know-how students gain at our campus counseling center, the degree provides a unique opportunity for students to enhance their skills and knowledge base via a variety of off campus experiences. Volunteerism, field work, observations, conferences and field trips, help students to build on their psychology qualifications and gain a competitive advantage in the graduate jobs market or when applying for further studies.
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Degree RequirementsCreditsECTS
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General Education Requirements1530
3
Major Requirements60120
4
Major Electives3672
5
Free Electives918
6
Total Requirements120240

Bachelor – Psychology

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General Education Requirements15 Credits30 ECTS
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
3
COM105Communication for Psychology Students36
4
ENG103Instruction in Expository Writing*36
5
PHL102Introduction to Ethics36
6
N/AGeneral Education Electives612
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Major Requirements60 Credits120 ECTS
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
3
PSY112Psychology I36
4
PSY113Psychology II36
5
PSY116Statistics in Psychological Science I36
6
PSY225Statistics in Psychological Science II36
7
PSY253Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology36
8
PSY257Developmental Psychology I36
9
PSY258Developmental Psychology II36
10
PSY272Experimental Psychology36
11
PSY315Theories of Personality36
12
PSY321Introduction to Counselling Psychology36
13
PSY330Psychopathology I36
14
PSY336Psychology of Learning36
15
PSY337Cognitive Psychology36
16
PSY346Psychological Measurement36
17
PSY390History and Systems in Psychology36
18
PSY401Research Methods in Psychology36
19
PSY450Introduction to Clinical Psychology36
20
PSY454Practicum in Psychology36
21
PSY455Senior Project in Psychology I36
22
PSY456Senior Project in Psychology II36
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Major Electives36 Credits72 ECTS
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Students select twelve (12) courses from the following list
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
4
PSY207Fundamentals of Human Sexuality36
5
PSY213Social Psychology36
6
PSY214An Introduction to Group Dynamics36
7
PSY216Psychology of Gender36
8
PSY219Human Relations36
9
PSY220Industrial/ Organizational Psychology36
10
PSY240Introduction to Biopsychology36
11
PSY241Sport Psychology36
12
PSY255Health Psychology36
13
PSY303Cultural Psychology36
14
PSY312Psychology of Language36
15
PSY350Educational Psychology36
16
PSY352Abnormal Child Psychology36
17
PSY353Sensation and Perception36
18
PSY354Theories of Intelligence36
19
PSY402Introduction to Forensic Psychology36
20
PSY406Special Topics in Psychology36
21
PSY415Psychology of Religion36
22
PSY416Psychology of the Family36
23
PSY417Introduction to Psychoanalysis36
24
PSY430Psychopathology II36
25
PSY431Psychotherapies36
26
PSY457Techniques of Counselling36
27
PSY458Introduction to Neuropsychology36
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Free Electives9 Credits18 ECTS

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