Psychology is a course which equips its graduates with special skills and which stimulates creative thinking. Its curriculum focuses on the human being – an entity which remains mysterious and surprising, reminiscent of a great “machine.” This “structure” requires extraordinary scholars who want to develop and who can keep up with today’s civilizational problems. In order to educate such “engineers of the soul,” an innovative curriculum is required.
The aim of the course is to train future psychologists to diagnose psychological conditions and plan and organise various forms of psychological intervention while solving individual and social problems.
Graduates have the ability to use their comprehensive psychological and interdisciplinary knowledge and to understand the complex mechanisms of human functioning in today’s world. With the course’s innovative workshops, they are prepared to perform effective intervention in the area of today’s civilizational threats.