Modern Social Psychology
Field of training
4 years full-time / 4.5 years part-time
Mode of attendance
Full-time / part-time
Faculty of Social Psychology, Department of Theoretical Fundamentals of Social Psychology
A social psychologist is a specialist identifying and solving problems of people’s interaction in labor, social, educational, professional activities, as well as analyzing, from the point of view of modern social psychology, the conditions of a changing world, the impact of its political and socio–economic processes on the success of an individual and a group. A social psychologist is able to understand the features of the micro- and macro-society with which a person or group is associated. Studying social phenomena, he sees real people behind them, their feelings, values, motives.
Ability to solve problems related to communication and interaction of people in communities and organizations of business, education, healthcare, culture, sports, national defense, law, management, social assistance, etc.
Graduates work in budgetary, non-governmental, public and commercial organizations of various types (including educational institutions, banks, trading firms, political structures, scientific organizations, mass media, psychological support services, etc.)
Module 1. Humanitarian, social and economic fundamentals of professional activity.
Module 2. . Communication in professional interaction.
Module 3. Health-saving techniques in professional activity.
Module 4. Fundamentals of psychological and pedagogical activity.
Module 5. Natural science fundamentals of psychology.
Module 6. Fundamentals of scientific activity.
Module 7. Introduction to professional activity.
Module 8. Social psychology.
Module 9. Psychology of individual differences.
Module 10. Clinical psychology.
Module 11. Industrial and organizational psychology.
Module 12. Social psychology of development.
Module 13. Ethnopsychology.