BA in Psychology

General

Program Description

This comprehensive Bachelor’s program provides education on several aspects of psychology including social, abnormal, cross-cultural, clinical and industrial. The degree will offer students a solid foundation for future study or to advance into a career in the field.

The American psychology program focuses on understanding human behavior and the way we think. This degree includes a required completion of general education studies including classes on history, political science, philosophy, literature, or business.

A general education not only contributes to the growth of a cultivated, well-rounded and well-informed human being, it also provides a strong foundation for further education and career advancement opportunities. A broad education offers you full access to a Master’s degree within the American university system.

Key Information

  • Duration: 4 years
  • Start Dates: Fall Semester: Late August, Spring Semester: February
  • Location: Campus am Rupenhorn
  • Fees: For the first semester, there is a flat fee of €4500. At the beginning of the second semester, it is a per credit rate. For fewer than 12 credits (1-3 courses*), the tuition fee is calculated using a per credit charge of € 400. For 12 or more credits, the fee is €350 per credit.

Entry Requirements

Abitur, High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent.

Program Structure

  • US Degree Track (120 American college credits)
  • Required General Education (40-44 American credits)

  • Electives (55 credits, 25 must be in Liberal Sciences)

  • Required Psychology Courses (22 American credits)

  • Four Electives (12 American credits)

Last updated Jul 2018

About the School

Touro College is an independent institution dedicated to transmit and perpetuate the Jewish heritage, as well as to serve the general community in keeping with their commitment to intellectual inquiry ... Read More

Touro College is an independent institution dedicated to transmit and perpetuate the Jewish heritage, as well as to serve the general community in keeping with their commitment to intellectual inquiry, the transmission of knowledge, social justice, and service to society. Read less