The Faculty of Arts and Sciences will begin to accept students during the 2018-2019 academic year to the Bachelor of Arts program in Psychology (English). The primary goal of this 4-year Psychology program is to teach students about the foundation of psychology, the scientific knowledge of its primary sub-fields and other disciplines associated with psychology, and train students to have detailed knowledge of the topics and methods primarily used in the field of psychology. The graduates of the program mainly work in institutions related to health, social work, education, justice, and industry.
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Graduates of the Psychology Program are able to work in a wide range of career fields including preschool to higher education, all levels of state and private schools, in a variety of industries, human resources, counseling centers, or in private or state operated facilities including hospitals that offer psychological support and services.
These employment areas are in parallel with the psychology career definitions provided by ISKUR.
According to the 1st Term Workforce Market Report published by ISKUR Turkey, “psychologist” has been listed as one of the most “sought out” careers in the field of Human Health and Social Service Activities. However, according to the same report, “finding a psychologist” was listed as one of the most difficult careers.
The line of programs includes: Bachelor's, Master's, PhD, exchange programs, language courses, as well as the Double Degree program the European University European University Business School, University of Rome Tor Vergata and Paris School of Business.
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