Psychology


General Information

Established in the 2004-2005 academic year, the Department of Psychology offers a four-year undergraduate program leading to a B.A. degree. The academic staff consists of 2 professors, 1 associate professors, 5 assistant professors, and 6 research assistant.

Qualification Awarded

The students who successfully complete the program are awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

Level of Qualification

Bachelor’s Degree (First Cyle)

Admission Requirements

Students are accepted through the centrally administered entrance exam conducted by ÖSYM (Student Selection and Placement Center). General admission requirements apply for both Turkish students and students of other nationalities.

Arrangements for the Recognition of Prior Learning

At Ufuk University full-time students can be exempted from some courses within the framework of the related by laws. If the content of the course previously taken in another institution is equivalent to the course offered at Ufuk University, then the student can be exempted from this course with the approval of the related faculty/graduate school after the evaluation of the course content.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

A student is required to successfully complete the designated list of courses and meet the requirement of a minimum of 240 ECTS credits. The student must have a minimum GPA of 2.00/4.00 and no falling grades.

Profile of the Programme

The aim of the undergraduate Psychology program is to train graduates that have the competence of scientific reasoning and that can proceed according to professional and scientific ethical principles, provide creative solutions to individual and social issues, be conscious of their responsibilities towards themselves and their community, and turn into individuals with high levels of self-esteem, self-awareness and effective communication skills.

Key Learning Outcomes
  1. S/he can define the fundamental concepts and approaches of the science of psychology.

  2. S/he can evaluate the similarities and differences, contributions and limitations of the fundamental theory and approaches of the science of psychology.

  3. S/he shows scientific sense of thought related to behavioral and cognitive processes, evaluates the information objectively, has a critical view and s/he can apply them to the new situations.

  4. S/he recognizes the other basic sciences (e.g. sociology, biology, philosophy) and s/he can establish interdisciplinary relations.

  5. S/he can evaluate fundamental approaches and methods of the science of psychology in terms of the perspective of historical development.

  6. S/he can define scientific research methods and principles.

  7. S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

  8. S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

  9. S/he can follow the advances and developments by keeping up with the national and international literature.

  10. S/he can use information and communication technologies in the process of information retrieval, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and presenting the data.

  11. S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

  12. S/he can use knowledge acquired in the process of education in the field of practice effectively within the frame of ethical principles and values.

  13. S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Our graduates may work in research, advertisement and public relations companies, nursery schools and kindergartens, child and family courts, prisons, rest homes, hospitals, mental hospitals, institutions for people with physically handicapped or mental disabilities, clinics, sports clubs, and psycho technical laboratories as psychologist.

Access to Further Studies

The students graduating from this program may apply to graduate programs.

Courses - Term, Credit and ECTS Credit
- 1 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
1
Compulsory
BIO101
General Biology
3
4
1
Compulsory
ING101
English Language 1
3
4
1
Compulsory
IST105
Statistical Methods I
3
6
1
Compulsory
PSİ101
Introduction To Psychology I
3
5
1
Compulsory
PSİ103
Introduction To Philosophy
3
4
1
Compulsory
SOS101
Introduction to Sociology I
3
5
1
Compulsory
TUR101
Turkish I
-
2
- 2 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
2
Compulsory
ING102
English Language II
3
4
2
Compulsory
IST 100
Introduction to Computer
3
4
2
Compulsory
IST106
Statistical Methods II
3
6
2
Compulsory
PSİ102
Introductıon To Psychology II
3
5
2
Compulsory
SOS102
Introduction to Sociology II
3
5
2
Compulsory
TUR102
Turkish II
-
2
2
Elective
ANT102
Introduction to Anthropology
3
4
- 3 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
3
Compulsory
ING201
Advanced English Reading Speaking
3
3
3
Compulsory
PSI 221
Readings in Psychology I
3
3
3
Compulsory
PSİ201
Developmental Psychology I
3
5
3
Compulsory
PSİ203
Social Psychology I
3
5
3
Compulsory
PSİ207
Research Methods I
3
5
3
Compulsory
PSİ217
Experimental Psychology: Learning
3
5
3
Compulsory
PSİ219
Clinical Psychology
3
5
3
Compulsory
TAR201
The Principles and Revolutions of Atatürk I
-
2
- 4 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
4
Compulsory
ING 202
Professional English 1
3
3
4
Compulsory
PSI 212
Readings in Psychlogy II
3
3
4
Compulsory
PSİ202
Developmental Psychology II
3
5
4
Compulsory
PSİ204
Social Psychology II
3
5
4
Compulsory
PSİ208
Research Methods II
3
5
4
Compulsory
PSİ210
Experimental Psychology: Cognitive Processıng
3
5
4
Compulsory
TAR202
Principles and Revolutions of Atatürk II
-
2
4
Compulsory
İST210
Statistical Packages Programme for Social Sciences
3
5
- 5 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
5
Compulsory
ING 301
Professional English 2
3
5
5
Compulsory
PSİ301
Theories of Personality
3
5
5
Compulsory
PSİ303
Psychological Testing I
3
5
5
Compulsory
PSİ319
Psychopathology I: Childhood
3
5
5
Elective
PSI 325
Readings in Psychology III
3
5
5
Elective
PSİ 321
History of Civilization and Science
3
5
5
Elective
PSİ317
Traffic Psychology
3
5
5
Elective
PSİ323
Gender
3
5
- 6 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
6
Compulsory
PSİ304
Psychopathology II: Adulthood
3
5
6
Compulsory
PSİ306
Psychological Testing II
3
5
6
Compulsory
PSİ308
Observation and Interview Techniques
3
5
6
Compulsory
PSİ316
Physiological Psychology
3
5
6
Elective
PSI 322
Readings in Psychology IV
3
5
6
Elective
PSİ320
Attachment and Psychopathology
3
5
6
Elective
PSİ310
Interpersonal Relationships
3
5
6
Elective
PSİ312
Cognitive Development
3
5
6
Elective
PSİ318
Crime Studies
3
5
- 7 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
7
Compulsory
PSİ403
Psychotherapy Techniques
3
5
7
Compulsory
PSİ421
Experimental Design and Analysis
3
5
7
Compulsory
PSİ423
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ 445
Applied Behavior Analysis in Special Education I
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ425
Forensic Psychology I
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ 433
Psychology and Art
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ 437
Communication
3
5
7
Elective
PSI 447
Psychology in Preschool Years
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ 449
The Psychology ofTrauma
3
8
7
Elective
PSİ411
Crisis and Crisis Intervention
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ427
Selected Topics in Developmental Psychology
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ429
Selected Topics in Clinical Psychology I
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ435
Field Practice in Psychology I
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ439
Aggression in Childhood and Adolescence
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ441
Developmental Cognitive Psychology Field Practice
3
5
7
Elective
PSİ 443
Theoretical Issues in Clinical Psychology
3
5
- 8 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
8
Compulsory
PSİ402
Psychopharmacology
3
5
8
Compulsory
PSİ410
Health Psychology
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ 424
Juvenile Delinquency
3
5
8
Elective
PSI 408
Family Approaches
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ446
Applied Behavior Analysis in Special Education II
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ406
Neuropsychological Testing
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ412
Group Psychotherapies
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ414
Forensic Psychology II
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ420
Ethical Issues in Psychology
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ426
Developmental Social Psychology Field Practice
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ428
Selected Topics in Clinical Psychology II
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ432
Selected Topics in Clinical Psychology: Sexuality
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ434
Case Studies in Clinical Psychology
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ436
Selected Topics in Social Psychology
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ438
Field Practice in Psychology II
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ440
Developmental Group Studies
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ442
Selected Topics in Cognitive Psychology II
3
5
8
Elective
PSİ444
Turkish : Diction and Effective Speech
3
5
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

A variety of assessment methods such as quizzes, mid-term(s), assignment(s), exercise(s), project(s), practice(s), and a final exam are implemented in the programme. Assessment methods may include classical test(s), multiple-choice test(s), homework(s), performance evaluation(s), and product evaluation(s). In order to graduate from the programme, cumulative GPA must be minimum 2.00. A course grade is constituted by evaluating the above stated elements and given by using letters. Letter grades and their associated coefficients are as follows;

Semester Grade

Coefficient

Grade Interval

(over 100)

AA

4,00

90-100

BA

3,50

80-89

BB

3,00

70-79

CB

2,50

65-69

CC

2,00

60-64

DC

1,50

55-59

DD

1,00

50-54

FF

0,00

0-49

Success Grades
The lowest grade to be successful in a credit course is:

  • For associate degree and undergraduate degree students; DD,

  • For Master Students; CC,

Repeating Courses
Students who have received an “FF”, “FD”, “NA”(non-Attendance) or “W” (Withdrawal) in any course or “U” (Unsatisfactory) for non-credited courses must repeat it in the first semester the course is offered again. If a course has a prerequisite the ones who are not successful in the course with prerequisite cannot take that course.

Repeating the Semester
Students whose cumulative grade point average is 1.99 and below at the end of the second semester are considered unsuccessful and they cannot enrol courses from upper grade. Unsuccessful students may retake the courses they failed or succeeded (CC or under) if they want to until they raise their cumulative grade point average to 2.00.

Successful Students
Students whose Cum GPA are at least 2.00 in any semester are considered successful.

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate from this undergraduate program, the students are reguired;

  • To succeed in all of the courses listed in the curriculum of the program by getting the grade of at least DD/S with a minimum of 240 ECTS
  • To have a Cumulative Grade point Average of 2.00 out of 4.00
Mode of Study

Full-time

Programme Director

Chair of the Department of Psychology
Prof. Dr. Refia Palabıyıkoğlu

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Department of Psychology

Dr. Rıdvan Ege Kampüsü, Kızılcaşar mah. 06830

İncek-Gölbaşı/Ankara

Courses – Key Learning Outcomes Relation Matrix

T.C. UFUK UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGY UNDERGRADUTE PROGRAM QUALIFICATIONS AND COURSE MATRIX

 

PROGRAMME OUTPUTS

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

COURSES

 

PSİ 101

X

   

X

        

PSİ 102

X

X

  

X

        

PSİ 103

 

X

 

X

         

BİO 101

  

X

X

      

X

  

İST 104

           

X

 

İST 105

      

X

      

İST106

      

X

      

SOS 101

  

X

  

X

    

X

  

SOS 102

  

X

  

X

    

X

  

ANT102

  

X

  

X

    

X

  

İNG 101

        

X

    

İNG 102

        

X

    

TUR 101

             

TUR 102

             

PSİ 201

X

X

X

 

X

X

       

PSİ 202

X

X

X

 

X

X

       

PSİ 203

X

X

X

 

X

X

       

PSİ 204

X

X

X

 

X

X

       

PSİ 217

X

X

  

X

X

       

PSİ 207

  

X

 

X

X

X

X

 

X

 

X

X

PSİ 208

  

X

  

X

X

X

 

X

 

X

X

PSİ 210

  

X

 

X

  

X

     

PSİ 219

X

X

  

X

  

X

 

X

   

İST210

     

X

X

  

X

   

İNG 201

        

X

    

İNG 202

        

X

    

TAR 201

   

X

         

TAR 202

   

X

         

PSİ 301

X

X

  

X

  

X

     

PSİ 303

 

X

X

  

X

 

X

   

X

 

PSİ 304

X

X

  

X

  

X

   

X

X

PSİ 306

       

X

     

PSİ 308

  

X

  

X

    

X

X

X

PSİ 310

       

X

  

X

  

PSİ 312

       

X

  

X

  

PSİ 316

X

X

           

PSİ 317

          

X

X

X

PSİ 318

   

X

      

X

  

PSİ 319

X

X

  

X

  

X

  

X

X

X

PSİ 320

X

         

X

X

X

PSİ 321

  

X

  

X

   

X

   

PSİ 323

X

X

        

X

  

PSİ 402

  

X

X

         

PSİ 403

X

X

  

X

  

X

   

X

X

PSİ 406

X

X

  

X

  

X

   

X

X

PSİ 408

X

X

  

X

     

X

  

PSİ 410

X

      

X

     

PSİ 411

       

X

  

X

X

X

PSİ 412

 

X

     

X

  

X

X

X

PSİ 414

X

         

X

X

X

PSİ 420

          

X

X

X

PSİ 421

     

X

X

 

X

X

   

PSİ 423

X

  

X

       

X

X

PSİ 425

   

X

       

X

 

PSİ 426

  

X

  

X

X

X

 

X

X

  

PSİ 427

  

X

  

X

X

X

 

X

X

  

PSİ 428

  

X

  

X

X

X

 

X

X

  

PSİ 429

  

X

  

X

X

X

 

X

X

  

PSİ 433

  

X

X

         

PSİ 435

  

X

  

X

 

X

 

X

X

X

X

PSİ 436

X

X

  

X

X

       

PSİ 437

   

X

   

X

  

X

X

X

PSİ 438

  

X

  

X

 

X

 

X

X

X

X

PSİ 439

  

X

  

X

   

X

   

PSİ 440

 

X

X

    

X

  

X

X

X

PSİ 441

     

X

X

X

 

X

   

PSİ 442

     

X

X

X

 

X

   
NQF-HETR/Program Competencies Matrix

Category

Basic Field Qualification

Program Qualification

Knowledge 1

Has the advanced basic conceptual knowledge related to the field in a way that takes the reflections in application into consideration.

1- S/he can define the fundamental concepts and approaches of the science of psychology.

2- S/he can evaluate the similarities and differences, contributions and limitations of the fundamental theory and approaches of the science of psychology.

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

Knowledge 2

Can comprehend basic concepts in Social and Behavioral Sciences and has comprehensive knowledge of the relationships between concepts.

1- S/he can define the fundamental concepts and approaches of the science of psychology.

2- S/he can evaluate the similarities and differences, contributions and limitations of the fundamental theory and approaches of the science of psychology.

4- S/he recognizes the other basic sciences (e.g. sociology, biology, philosophy) and s/he can establish interdisciplinary relations.

Knowledge 3

Has the basic knowledge of the functioning rules of relationships

between people and societies.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

Knowledge 4

Has the basic knowledge of the reasons and results of the changes which societies experience.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

Knowledge 5

Has the knowledge of Social Research and Planning.

6- S/he can define scientific research methods and principles.

7- S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

Knowledge 6

Has the fundamental knowledge in theoretical and application levels to make inquiries by processing data.

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

10- S/he can use information and communication technologies in the process of information retrieval, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and presenting the data.

Skill 1

Has the ability to analyze the theoretical knowledge related to the field and to evaluate its reflections in application.

2- S/he can evaluate the similarities and differences, contributions and limitations of the fundamental theory and approaches of the science of psychology.

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

10- S/he can use information and communication technologies in the process of information retrieval, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and presenting the data.

Skill 2

Reaches authentic information sources in social and behavioral sciences by using written and visual records.

9- S/he can follow the advances and developments by keeping up with the national and international literature.

Skill 3

Makes inquiries by processing the data related to the field by using technical capabilities and has the ability to present this information in a report format with the help of technical equipment which the field requires (computers etc.).

7- S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

10- S/he can use information and communication technologies in the process of information retrieval, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and presenting the data.

Skill 4

Has the ability to use the knowledge related to the field in making decisions, implementing those decisions, and turning them into behavior.

3- S/he shows scientific sense of thought related to behavioral and cognitive processes, evaluates the information objectively, has a critical view and s/he can apply them to the new situations.

  

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

Skill 5

Makes interdisciplinary comments relating to his/her field, to relevant sub-fields and other fields of social sciences.

4- S/he recognizes the other basic sciences (e.g. sociology, biology, philosophy) and s/he can establish interdisciplinary relations.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility) 1

Has the awareness of fulfilling responsibilities.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

12- S/he can use knowledge acquired in the process of education in the field of practice effectively within the frame of ethical principles and values.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility) 2

Deals with a task related to the field as either an individual or in a team.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility) 3

Takes responsibilities as an individual and as a team member and uses initiative to solve a possible problem in

application.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility) 4

Organizes the period and timing of multi-membered group studies about the field and related sub-fields and carries out the tasks within the limits of time which is set beforehand.

7- S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility) 5

Behaves according to the requirements of social life and sets a good example with his/her attitudes and manners.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

Competence (Learning) 1

Evaluates and criticizes the knowledge gained about the field in parallel with reason and result relationship.

3- S/he shows scientific sense of thought related to behavioral and cognitive processes, evaluates the information objectively, has a critical view and s/he can apply them to the new situations.

Competence (Learning) 2

Knows what to learn and how to learn.

5- S/he can evaluate fundamental approaches and methods of the science of psychology in terms of the perspective of historical development.

6- S/he can define scientific research methods and principles.

Competence (Learning) 3

Specifies theoretical and application insufficiencies about the field.

2- S/he can evaluate the similarities and differences, contributions and limitations of the fundamental theory and approaches of the science of psychology.

12- S/he can use knowledge acquired in the process of education in the field of practice effectively within the frame of ethical principles and values.

Competence (Learning) 4

Proves that s/he is capable of keeping the interest and desire about the field alive.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

Competence (Learning) 5

Directs his/her learning to a further level in the same field or to a job in the same level.

3- S/he shows scientific sense of thought related to behavioral and cognitive processes, evaluates the information objectively, has a critical view and s/he can apply them to the new situations.

4- S/he recognizes the other basic sciences (e.g. sociology, biology, philosophy) and s/he can establish interdisciplinary relations.

Competence (Learning) 6

Has the competence of sharing knowledge and learning together.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Learning) 7

Has gained the awareness of lifelong learning and questioning.

3- S/he shows scientific sense of thought related to behavioral and cognitive processes, evaluates the information objectively, has a critical view and s/he can apply them to the new situations.

Competence (Communication and Social) 1

Expresses the knowledge and skills s/he has gained in the field both orally and written.

7- S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

10- S/he can use information and communication technologies in the process of information retrieval, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and presenting the data.

Competence (Communication and Social) 2

Uses and applies the data s/he has gained during his/her education in business life.

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

12- S/he can use knowledge acquired in the process of education in the field of practice effectively within the frame of ethical principles and values.

Competence (Communication and Social) 3

When s/he becomes a part of business life, s/he reflects the difference that corporate infrastructure and conceptual variety create to his/her individual career.

2- S/he can evaluate the similarities and differences, contributions and limitations of the fundamental theory and approaches of the science of psychology.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Communication and Social) 4

Uses his/her professional knowledge with awareness of social responsibility.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

13- S/he can use knowledge, ability and competences acquired in the process of education individually and/or in a team, produce appropriate solutions for the problems and make a contribution.

Competence (Communication and Social) 5

Turns his/her field knowledge and applications into projects and activities within the frame of social responsibility approach.

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

Competence (Communication and Social) 6

Follows the information in his/her field and communicates with colleagues (“at the level of European Language Portfolio Global Scale”, Level B1).

9- S/he can follow the advances and developments by keeping up with the national and international literature.

Competence (Communication and Social) 7

Is able to use computer soft ware programs and information technologies at the level that his/her field requires (“European Computer Driving License”).

10- S/he can use information and communication technologies in the process of information retrieval, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and presenting the data.

Competence (Field Specific) 1

Complies with social, scientific, cultural and ethical values related to the field during the phase of data collection, interpretation, and publicizing the results of the implementation.

7- S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

12- S/he can use knowledge acquired in the process of education in the field of practice effectively within the frame of ethical principles and values.

Competence (Field Specific) 2

Has sufficient awareness on the universality of social rights, social justice, quality culture, the protection of cultural values and environmental protection and as well on occupational

health and safety issues.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.

12- S/he can use knowledge acquired in the process of education in the field of practice effectively within the frame of ethical principles and values.

Competence (Field Specific) 3

Is open to diversity and innovation.

3- S/he shows scientific sense of thought related to behavioral and cognitive processes, evaluates the information objectively, has a critical view and s/he can apply them to the new situations.

Competence (Field Specific) 4

Is competent to comment on events and improve his/her point of view about social and behavioral phenomena using the knowledge provided by his/her field.

7- S/he becomes skillful at developing research questions for the research and studies to be conducted, establishing hypotheses, determining measurement techniques, data collection, doing an appropriate statistical analysis and reporting the results, and s/he considers scientific ethical values in all phases mentioned.

8- S/he can use the theory, method, principle and techniques of psychology in the field of practice.

11- S/he has awareness toward personal and interpersonal problems in society, and s/he can use the knowledge and abilities acquired in the field in solving these problems.