ACT’s BS in Psychology is designed to be a novel and contemporary program up to date to the academic and professional trends. It is based on prevalent US and UK standards like all other ACT undergraduate programs. It is characterized by a firm grounding in the disciplinary foundations to the Psychology degree, such as theory, main concepts, methods, debates and applications in Psychology.
The curriculum will familiarize students with clinical, developmental, educational, counseling, experimental, social, forensic psychology and neuroscience. It also comprises practical experience of designing and carrying out psychological research, as well as evaluating and reporting its results. Students will learn to work with data, synthesize hypotheses and use information technology.
Graduates of the BSc in Psychology program are eligible to apply for equivalence of their degrees to those awarded by public universities in Greece. Graduates of the BSc in Psychology program have already successfully received professional recognition for their degrees, as well as a license to practice.
The program is delivered face-to-face, in Full-Time or Part-Time mode. Minimum duration: 4 years. For fee information, please refer to the student handbook.
Combine your Psychology major with a minor from another division or discipline and get ahead of the game. Learn about all available minors at act.edu/undergraduate.