Psychology as a science is concerned with human behaviour, experience, and consciousness. It explores individual development throughout the lifespan as well as their inner and outer causes and conditions. Its objective is a better understanding of the human being. The preoccupation with scientific methods and results in the Bachelor en Psychologie constitutes the fundamental qualification for the later professional activity within the field of psychology.
The Psychology programme delivered by University of Luxembourg covers a period of three years (i.e., six semesters). After finishing the Bachelor programme with a diploma (B.Sc.), a Master’s degree can be pursued.
In the following video the BAP course director, Dr André Melzer, and the BAP deputy course director, Dr Andreia Costa, give you more detailed information about the studies in the "Bachelor académique en Psychologie":
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