Psychology at the University of Münster
WELCOME! The Department of Psychology is responsible for the bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs in psychology and for the mediation of psychological learning content in teacher training and in minors in psychology It is partnered with the Department of Sport & Exercise Sciences which together belong to Department 7 of the Westfalian Wilhelm's University (WWU). At the University of Münster, the field of psychology is divided into two main institutes: the "Institute of Psychology", which covers the foundational and methodological, as well as the practice-oriented subjects, and the "Institute of Psychology in Education & Training", which is responsible for teacher education within the field of psychology. Both institutes, the classroom facilities, the Dean’s Office , and the support facilities of the Department of Psychology, including staff and faculty offices, are located on campus grounds at Fliednerstr. 21.
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Details about study programs and their contents can be found under Study
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The joint colloquium of both institutes of the Department of Psychology is proud to announce a great line-up of first-class lecturers for the current semester. All students of the department and interested persons outside the department are welcome to attend these talks, which will either be held in German or English. Learn more...
The Open Science Initiative of the Institute for Psychology of the University of Münster is actively following current efforts to improve the quality of psychological research, discusses implication for the study of psychology at the University of Münster and is working together with all of the research units of the department to establish the central premises of Open Science in reseach and instruction. For further information see: https://osf.io/x3s5c/
Psychology students of the department have the chance again to attend interesting, practice-relevant block seminars during the semester.
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