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Master in Educational/School Psychology (MSc) - UNIC
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Master in Educational/School Psychology (MSc) - UNIC

University of Nicosia
On campus
 2040 Points
2 Years, 6 Months
Apply date
Sep 2024

Program Description

The overall aim of the master in Educational/School Psychology (MSc) is the development of scientific knowledge in the theory and application of the psychological and social processes underlying teaching and learning.

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  • Educational Psychology
  • School Psychology

Learning Outcomes

  • Critically evaluate the basic theoretical concepts of educational psychology.
  • Estimate the key factors influencing learning and critically evaluate the key findings of contemporary research related to learning and teaching.
  • Evaluate the psychological and educational principles that can improve the effectiveness of teaching, as well as critically compare the suitability of different teaching methods in different learning contexts (e.g. individual, group, formal, informal).
  • Understand the effects of individual differences on learning (e.g. gender, IQ, personality, cultural diversity).
  • Discuss and evaluate the contribution of research in the field of cognitive psychology (on memory, problem solving, perception, attention) in teaching and learning.
  • Explain the causes and effects of a variety of learning difficulties and discuss the role of the teacher in the context of special and inclusive education.
  • Strengthen their knowledge about the role of the educational psychologist in diagnostic assessment, counselling and the design of educational interventions.
  • Summarize the contribution of neuroscience to our understanding of human learning.
  • Use quantitative and qualitative methods of research and analysis to investigate various educational questions.
  • Explain and critically evaluate research methods used in the field of educational psychology and demonstrate skills in preparing research proposals and conducting original research.

Jobs - Careers

  • Use and evaluation of diagnostic tests (e.g. intelligence tests and school achievement tests)
  • Writing psychoeducational evaluation reports
  • Design and implementation of prevention and intervention programs
  • Counselling of pupils

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