• Psychology is called the science of behavior and mind for short. In psychology, the study of feelings and thoughts as well as conscious or unconscious events is a matter. The spectrum of psychology is a broad discipline and has many sub-branches such as personal development, health, sports, social behavior. 

    • How Many Years Has the Psychology Department Been? 

    Psychology is a 4-year undergraduate department that is taught at universities. Qualified person graduating from this field is given the title of "psychologist" and can be classified as a social, behavioral or cognitive scientist. While psychologists seek to understand the role of mental functions in individual and social behavior, they also investigate the physiological and biological processes underlying cognitive functions and behavior. 

    • What are the courses of the Department of Psychology? 

    In the psychology department; 

      • Social Psychology, 
      • Cognitive Psychology, 
      • Statistics and Research Methods in Psychology, 
      • Interpersonal communication, 
      • Brain and Behavior, 
      • Developmental Psychology, 
      • Advanced Statistics, 
      • Research methods, 
      • Industrial Psychology, 
      • Perception, Attention and Movement, 
      • Theories and Applications of Social Psychology, 
      • Learning, Remembering and Thinking, 
      • Cognitive and Social Development, 
      • Individual Differences and Personality Analysis, 
      • Methods in Psychology, 
      • Experimental Methods, 

    Many courses such as training are given. 

    • What Does a Psychology Graduate Do? 

    Psychologists try to understand the emerging features of the brain and all the situations associated with these emerging features. As a social science, it aims to make sense of individuals and groups by establishing general principles and investigating specific cases. 

    • What are the Job Opportunities for a graduate of the Department of Psychology? 

    Psychologists; Since she/he studies behaviors and mental processes such as perception, cognition, attention, emotion, intelligence, subjective experiences, motivation, brain functions and personality, his/her fields of study are also in direct proportion to this. They can find the opportunity to work in kindergartens. In addition, they can work as a school psychologist in primary and secondary education institutions under the Ministry of National Education or as a consultant psychologist in the psychological counseling departments of metropolitan municipalities. 


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