|Academic degree||Master of Science, in short: MSc in Communication and Industrial Psychology|
|presence||Pure distance learning, without attendance (100 percent distance learning). A presence is only required for the oral defense of the master thesis in Vienna|
|study places||50 students per year|
|baseline|| In the winter semester: September 1st |
In the summer semester: March 1st
| Next |
|until January 15, 2020|
|sustainer||FHWien the WKW|
|Title ceremony||After oral defense of the written master's thesis, the master's degree is awarded by the FHWien der WKW|
|study form||Distance learning part-time (course for further education according to §9 Austrian federal law on technical college courses)|
|In co-operation with||ALP Akademisches Lehrinstitut für Psychologie GmbH (Lübeck)|
|registered||At the FHWien der WKW|
|Title recognition||MSc (see also government agreement between Germany and Austria)|
|place award||The allocation of places takes place according to the order of the incoming applications taking into account qualitative criteria and a telephone interview|
|study|| Distance learning, enrolled as a student at the Vienna University of Applied Sciences. |
Oral defense of the master's thesis in:
FHWien the WKW
Waehringer Belt 97
(U6 station Währinger Straße / Volksoper)
|duration||3 semesters (the reduction from four to three semesters subject to the timely expected approval of the ZfU and the college of FHWien der WKW)|
|scope|| 10 - 14 hours a week |
First degree (at least Bachelor) from a recognized Austrian, German or comparable foreign university and at least one year of professional experienceor
Completed, qualified vocational training and at least six years of relevant professional experience - including at least one year with management or project management experience - are regarded as equivalent to the first university degree ( without a first degree / without a bachelor's degree ). Even without a high school diploma or university entrance qualification.
In addition, the following additional qualifications are desired: Knowledge of psychology (e.g. clinical psychology, social psychology, business psychology), leadership, coaching, NLP, systemic counseling, interviewing, psychotherapy or similar.If there is no first university degree, a telephone entrance exam must be taken.
|certification||This master's program is recognized by the German Central Office for Distance Learning (ZFU) under registration number: 160715 (the reduction from four to three semesters is subject to the timely expected approval of the ZfU and the FHWien college of WKW).|
|supervisory authority||The supervisory authority is the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Science and Equal Opportunities (MSGWG) of the State of Schleswig-Holstein|
|costs||Tuition fee including tuition fee EUR 699.84 per month (exempt from VAT) x 18 months. Please note that there are no travel and accommodation costs, since presences take place exclusively online.|
High practical relevance Innovative distance learning | Individual and competent student support
The learning concept of the MSc Communication and Industrial Psychology is characterized by its high relation to practical content as well as innovative teaching and learning methods. The design as a pure distance learning means the optimal alignment to the needs of the target group. The combination of guided self-study, individual student support and e-learning units offers students the opportunity to study anywhere, anytime, based on their own professional requirements and needs. The use of modern e-learning components guarantees students interactive learning, the clear presentation and discussion of abstract content. Interactive webinars and discussions in virtual space promote the integration of theoretical foundations and methods into professional practice. The use of a virtual tutorial in the form of an online learning platform enables flexible and network-like knowledge transfer, which can be optimally varied and adapted according to individual learning needs and progress. The provision of the preserves of all interactive live offers such as webinars or online lectures as well as all learning material in electronic form facilitates the knowledge management and asynchronous learning for the students in a learning group with different professional framework conditions and freedom. In addition, this means easier and time-independent documentation and repetition of the course content.
The content and structure of the master's program support a practice-oriented understanding of communication and industrial psychology in areas currently relevant to the target group. Based on the acquisition of the basics important for this understanding, systematic communication and operational psychological contents and competencies are conveyed, whereby successive modules always make sensible connections to the knowledge acquired in the previous module and can be integrated to understand the subsequent module.
Depending on the professional requirements and areas of responsibility, the students develop a well-founded theoretical basis and skills in the areas of communication and operation.
In terms of content, the 1.5-year master's program is based on the following four weighted priorities:
- Basics of scientific work
- Basics of work, operational and communication psychology
- Individual and communication
- social Psychology
- Communication and conflict
- Individual, health and business
- Personnel psychology and management
- Corporate Health Management
- engineering Psychology
- Progress, change and corporate culture
- Psychological management and development of companies
- media communication
- Intercultural communication
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