Master  of arts in Psychology - PSY2M
Psychologists are required to develop and apply knowledge, practices, models and methods of psychology, within an ethical and scientific framework, in order to promote the development, the well-being, perhaps even the efficiency of individuals, groups, organizations or society.
The Master programme is therefore focused on developing skills in the following fields : knowledge of the discipline, interpersonal and professional relationships, methods for diagnosis and assessment, intervention with the aim of re-establishing optimal behaviour, ethically sound attitude and knowledge of the legal structures in which the profession works, effective and appropriate communication, professional development (continuous updating of knowledge and skills).
In addition to the core subjects, students must choose between the professional focus and the research focus. If they opt for the research focus, they will have a choice of two option courses ; if they opt for the research focus, they will have a choice of three option courses, one of which comprises four special subjects (one must be chosen). Finally, there is a group of optional subjects.
Wathever the focus or the options chosen, the programme of this master shall totalise 120 credits, spread over two years of studies each of 60 credits
Options et cours au choix
Advanced Master : University and Higher Education Teaching
Doctoral programmes : Doctoral school training in Psychology and Education.
Psychosocial Well-being at Work
Early intervention for people with learning difficulties or at risk (under construction)
| 3/08/2011 |