Master in Clinical Psychology for Individuals, Families and Organizations (taught in English)

General

Program Description

Objectives

The purpose of the Degree is to prepare a new professional psychologist who is capable of dealing not only with the personal problems of individuals, couples, and families but also with work-related problems, their development in enterprises, institutions, and non-profit organizations.

Aside from lectures, courses are characterized by active learning through exercises, role plays, and group work. Students will be given the tools to work in macro-social contexts, to promote a satisfactory balance between the needs of individual empowerment and business objectives, taking into account the sustainable development of business in both national and international contexts.

In particular, they will receive adequate preparation to carrying out a selection of personnel, "team" and "one to one" coaching in companies, institutions, and non-profit organizations, to handle issues related to the management of the decision-making process, of communication and of the social skills of organizations and institutions. Students will also learn to design preventive interventions aimed not only at individuals, couples, and families but also at companies, institutions, and non-profit organizations.

Entry Requirements

Admission - International students

Applicants are required to have knowledge of English corresponding to level B2, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Applicants who do not submit the relevant certificate to the pre-application shall be asked to pass an English language test. Applicants should also submit to an individual interview in order to test if they satisfy the admission requirements.

Last updated Feb 2020

About the School

The University of Bergamo is located in Lombardia, a region in Northern Italy with more than 10 millions inhabitants and one of the regions with the highest GDP pro capita in Europe.

The University of Bergamo is located in Lombardia, a region in Northern Italy with more than 10 millions inhabitants and one of the regions with the highest GDP pro capita in Europe. Read less