Bachelor-Studiengang in Psychologie im Fernstudium

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Ein Bachelor-Abschluss ist ein grundständiger Studienabschluss, der von Universitäten und Colleges vergeben wird, wenn Studierende einen Studiengang abschließen. Die meisten Bachelor-Studiengänge dauern drei oder vier Jahre, einige können aber auch bis zu sieben Jahre dauern.

Studierende eines Bachelor in Psychologie mit der wissenschaftlichen Erforschung der psychischen Funktionen und Verhaltensweisen betroffen sein. Sie werden versuchen, Gruppen und Einzelpersonen durch die Schaffung von Grundlagen des menschlichen Verhaltens zu verstehen. Die Absolventen werden in der Lage, als Psychologen in verschiedenen Branchen durchgeführt.

Auch wenn mein Fernstudium Klassen online teilnehmen, halten mehrere Universitäten Beginn an mehreren Standorten. Man könnte sogar die Einnahme von Klassen für viele Wochen im Jahr ohne Rücktritt und ohne werfen Sie Ihre Studenten Darlehen in die Rückzahlung. Das ist ein starkes Argument viele Menschen betrachten, wenn die Einschreibung in Fernunterricht Klassen.

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Bachelor of Psychology

Charles Sturt University
Campus- oder Fernstudium Vollzeit Teilzeit 4 - 8 jahre January 2017 Australien Wagga Wagga Port Macquarie Bathurst + 3 mehr

While CSU’s four-year Bachelor of Psychology provides you with the minimum academic requirements to pursue a career as a psychologist, you will also be qualified to take up employment in one of the diverse fields in which psychological knowledge is highly valued. [+]

Die besten Fernstudien- Bachelor in Psychologie 2017. Explore human behaviour while gaining an understanding of people’s wellbeing with CSU’s Bachelor of Psychology. This is a popular field of study helping you to gain insights into human nature relevant to every career and every workplace. As health professionals, psychologists use the discipline’s knowledge to help resolve people’s social and behavioural problems and enhance their welfare. As scientists, psychologists undertake research into aspects of human behaviour and mental processes. The Bachelor of Psychology is delivered by a cohort of industry leaders with valuable professional relationships and networks. While CSU’s four-year Bachelor of Psychology provides you with the minimum academic requirements to pursue a career as a psychologist, you will also be qualified to take up employment in one of the diverse fields in which psychological knowledge is highly valued. Why study this course? Reasons to study our Bachelor of Psychology: work with industry leaders in highly interactive and personalised classroom environments benefit from CSU’s small classes and personalised learning, supported by dedicated lecturers who are leaders in the field graduates meet the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist choose the study mode that suits you: study online or on campus at Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga you may be eligible to receive credit for prior study and graduate sooner apply to complete part of your course overseas. CSU provides you with a comprehensive degree in psychology that will form the foundation for your future career. You will acquire knowledge across a range of key areas, including: cognition developmental and social psychology psychological testing biopsychology psychopathology personality learning theory research methodology. You will also study units in sociology and complete a minor study chosen from disciplines including: biology English history and politics human resource management Indigenous studies information technology justice studies management marketing mathematics and statistics philosophy social welfare sociology. A broad choice of electives is available, including units on substance abuse, stress and trauma, and the psychology of crime and the legal system. It is important that you choose minors and subjects in consultation with the Course Director to ensure course requirements are met. You may also have the opportunity to apply to complete a supervised experience at an international university. Meritorious students will be eligible to transfer to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), and all students must satisfy academic criteria by the end of third year (or equivalent) in order to progress into the fourth year (or equivalent) of this course. Students who do not satisfy the criteria for progression to fourth year will graduate with a three-year psychology degree, the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). The Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may also be used as a pathway to the Bachelor of Psychology for students who do not meet the initial entry requirements, as the ATAR (or equivalent) for entry into the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) is lower. Career opportunities A psychology degree opens many doors. Completion of the course satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist. You could be a fully registered psychologist with a further two years of training and experience (see above). You could also explore related careers where psychological knowledge is highly prized, in areas such as: counselling social policy and research human resources market research social welfare health educational and correctional facilities. National statistics indicate earnings for psychologists are above average and employment opportunities for psychologists are expected to grow very strongly. Professional recognition The accrediting body for all psychology courses is the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). The peak professional body is the Australian Psychological Society (APS). The course is accredited with APAC as a four-year sequence of study. Successful completion of the course satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist. General registration requires a further two years of training and experience, comprising one of: two years of supervised work experience; completion of two years of study in an APAC-accredited postgraduate program; or one year of further university study, followed by one year of supervised work experience. Admission information Indicative ATAR 80.00 Applicants should note a high level of previous academic achievement is required for admission to this course. Applicants who are not basing their application for admission to this course on their ATAR (or equivalent), should note that a high level of previous academic achievement can be used as a basis for application (e.g., a GPA of 5.5 which is between Credit and Distinction grades across 8 university level subjects). Applicants who do not meet the entry requirement for the Bachelor of Psychology may be eligible for entry into CSU’s Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). Students who perform well in the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may apply to transfer into the Bachelor Psychology in the 3rd year (equivalent full-time) of study. [-]

Bachelor of Social Work

Charles Sturt University
Campus- oder Fernstudium Vollzeit Teilzeit 4 - 8 jahre January 2017 Australien Wagga Wagga Port Macquarie Dubbo + 3 mehr

CSU's Bachelor of Social Work equips you with the knowledge and skill set to make a valuable contribution in social welfare and social work agencies, whether in rural areas, metropolitan settings or overseas. [+]

If you are passionately committed to the pursuit of social justice and human rights, consider CSU’s Bachelor of Social Work as the foundation of your career. CSU's Bachelor of Social Work equips you with the knowledge and skill set to make a valuable contribution in social welfare and social work agencies, whether in rural areas, metropolitan settings or overseas. In your bid to improve quality of life for individuals and communities, you may also work in a policy area, research or lobbying, breaking down inequities and helping shape our society into the future. At CSU, there are several pathways to gaining a social work degree. The pathway you take depends on where and how you want to study, as well as your educational background. Why study this course? Launch a lifelong career in an internationally recognised profession - CSU’s Bachelor of Social Work has full accreditation with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), meaning your qualification will be recognised throughout Australia. Graduates are also eligible for membership of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) Our reputation - CSU is a leading provider of social work education in Australia. While CSU social work graduates can travel the world and work anywhere, they are often found at the heart of social welfare agencies and communities in rural and regional areas Gain authentic experience - you will develop strong practical skills and hands-on learning through 1,000 hours of placement, offering you unique opportunities to observe, question and model social work behaviour Broaden your horizons overseas - embark on a two-week social work tour or undertake a longer exchange program in a country such as India, South Korea, Samoa or Indonesia Leading educators in social work - whether you’re attending a campus or studying online, you can be assured of quality learning support and personal contact from dedicated staff with extensive industry experience. What will I study? You will learn about people, communities, groups, social structures, how to think and communicate, and how to respond to need and opportunity. This course includes areas such as child protection, cross-cultural and Indigenous studies, ethics, human rights, law, mental health, psychology, social policy, sociology and in-depth study of the methods and theories of social work. The Bachelor of Social Work is offered on campus at Wagga Wagga, Dubbo and Port Macquarie, or you can take up online study to complement your work and lifestyle commitments. At CSU, there are several pathways to gaining a social work degree. The course can be completed on campus as part of an integrated program with TAFE NSW Western Institute at Dubbo in the central west of New South Wales and TAFE NSW North Coast Institute at Port Macquarie. It is also offered as a TAFE articulated program with TAFE NSW North Coast Institute for students who have completed the TAFE Diploma of Community Services Work. Career opportunities Career prospects for social workers are excellent, and employment opportunities abound throughout Australia and overseas. As a CSU social work graduate, you will be in high demand and could find employment in areas such as: individual and group social counselling case management social administration and policy formation social action and program planning family work and rehabilitation health, community services and corrections disability advocacy legal aid research. There are a wide range of employers, from welfare agencies and hospitals to local councils and government departments. You could work with individuals or assist a particular community group, such as children, older people, Indigenous people, migrants or refugees, or those affected by domestic violence, drug abuse or mental illness. A growing number of social work graduates offer clinical services, education and consultation on a fee-for-service basis. You could also advance your career through postgraduate study or a higher degree by research. Professional recognition This course is approved and accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW). Graduates will be eligible for full accreditation and membership with AASW. Graduates are also eligible for membership of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW). Please note: an IELTS of 7.0 is required by AASW to obtain employment as a social worker in Australia for those coming from overseas and is recommended for international students undertaking accredited degrees. Workplace learning Field education is a core element and a major part of the student's development of a professional identity. It provides an opportunity for students to observe, question and model social work behaviour. Each practicum is integrated with a subject covering social work theory and practice. In order to meet the requirements of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), students must complete 1,000 hours of supervised field education. This is undertaken in two practicums in approved agencies. Every attempt is made to accommodate students in placements close to their place of residence and to tailor the practicum to suit the schedules of individual students, but such placements cannot be guaranteed. Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component: SWK424 Social Work Field Education 2A HCS303 Social Work Field Education 1 HCS402 Social Work Field Education 2 Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 Admission to the program will be through one of the following pathways: The UAC ATAR 70.00 (65.00 if eligible for regional bonus) and VTAC systems or the University Admissions Office. Some students may be admitted through the Koori Admission program or other Indigenous University preparation programs. For those students entering from secondary school it is assumed that any one 2 unit subject in English has been successfully completed in the Higher School Certificate. Successful completion of one of the following two-year Diploma course (or similar): Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol and Other Drugs) Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol and Other Drugs and Mental Health) Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) Diploma of Community Services (Financial Counselling) Diploma of Community Services (Mental Health) Diploma of Community Services Work Diploma of Community Development Diploma of Counselling Diploma of Disability Diploma of Youth Work Note: Some Diploma courses are not 2 years full-time equivalent – please check with the Course Director as to acceptability. Advanced/graduate entry Students must have a three-year Social Science related degree or its equivalent or have successfully completed two-thirds of a recognised Social Science related degree including the successful completion of at least one session length subject in each of the following areas: Developmental psychology (or equivalent) Sociology Australian Government and politics and/or welfare politics, social policy and social philosophy, or Australian economic and social history Research methods The successful completion of 12 other relevant session-length subjects. Subjects that are not satisfied in these prerequisites will need to be completed prior to entering the course. OR With approval of the Course Director, some subjects that are not satisfied in these prerequisites may be completed within the degree with a commensurate reduction of credit granted on entry. Integrated Students must be concurrently enrolled with an affiliated institution in a course that will lead to completion of a Diploma of Community Services. Articulated Students must have completed a Diploma of Community Services Work and be enrolled with an affiliated institution. Please note: an IELTS of 7.0 is required by AASW to obtain employment as a social worker in Australia for those coming from overseas and is recommended for international students undertaking accredited degrees. [-]

Bachelor In Psychologie

Northern Arizona University
Campus- oder Fernstudium Vollzeit Teilzeit 4 jahre September 2017 Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika Flagstaff + 1 mehr

Dieser Grad ermöglicht es Ihnen, eine Reihe von Fertigkeiten in schriftlicher und mündlicher Kommunikation, kritisches Denken, die zwischenmenschlichen Beziehungen, die Analyse und Synthese für die wissenschaftliche Forschung auf dem Gebiet der Psychologie notwendig zu entwickeln. [+]

Die besten Fernstudien- Bachelor in Psychologie 2017. Dieser Grad ermöglicht es Ihnen, eine Reihe von Fertigkeiten in schriftlicher und mündlicher Kommunikation, kritisches Denken, die zwischenmenschlichen Beziehungen, die Analyse und Synthese für die wissenschaftliche Forschung auf dem Gebiet der Psychologie notwendig zu entwickeln. Die Psychologie Haupt unterstützt das Ziel einer liberalen Kunsterziehung: Entwicklung gut abgerundet und gut ausgebildete Bürger. Es bietet auch Absolventen mit einem soliden Fundament in allen wichtigen Bereichen des menschlichen Verhaltens und mentale Prozesse: klinische, Kognition, Entwicklung, Sozialpsychologie, physiologische Psychologie und Gesundheitspsychologie. Was kann ich mit einem Bachelor of Psychology tun? Karrierechancen, die weiterverfolgt werden könnten: Sozialdienste Betriebswirtschaftslehre (BWL) Marketing Strafverfolgung Mit Weiterbildung, ist einer dieser Wege möglich: Counseling Medizin Sozialarbeit Krankenpflege Personalmanagement Universität Anforderungen Um einen Bachelor-Abschluss an der Northern Arizona University erhalten, müssen Sie mindestens 120 Einheiten des Kredits abzuschließen, die minimal eine wichtige unten, die liberalen Studien Anforderungen und Universitäts Anforderungen aufgelistet umfasst. Alle Northern Arizona University liberale Studien, Vielfalt, Junior-Level-Schreiben und capstone Anforderungen. Alle Anforderungen für Ihre spezifischen akademischen Plan (s). Mindestens 30 Einheiten der oberen Abteilung Kurse, die Transferarbeit beinhalten kann. Mindestens 30 Einheiten von Lehrveranstaltungen genommen durch Northern Arizona University, von denen mindestens 18 Jahren müssen obere Teilung Kurse (300-Ebene oder höher) sein. Diese Anforderung wird nicht durch Kredit-by-Prüfung erfüllt, retro-Kredite, Transfer Kurs usw. Eine kumulative Notendurchschnitt von mindestens 2,0 auf alle Arbeiten versucht an der Northern Arizona University. Campus Verfügbarkeit Yuma Online [-]

BA In Communications (Human Relations)

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus- oder Fernstudium Vollzeit 18 monate September 2017 Kanada Rimouski Lévis + 1 mehr

Der Bachelor of Communication (menschliche Beziehungen) ist eine Formation, die auf Sozialpsychologie an der Kreuzung von mehreren Disziplinen entwickelt stützt: Sozialpsychologie, Soziologie, Theorien der Organisationsentwicklung, Systeme, Kommunikation und zwischenmenschliche Beziehungen, menschliche und soziale Ökologie, usw. [+]

Der Bachelor of Communication (menschliche Beziehungen) ist eine Formation, die auf Sozialpsychologie an der Kreuzung von mehreren Disziplinen entwickelt stützt: Sozialpsychologie, Soziologie, Theorien der Organisationsentwicklung, Systeme, Kommunikation und zwischenmenschliche Beziehungen, menschliche und soziale Ökologie, usw. Das Programm beinhaltet die praktische Ausbildung orientierte Intervention mit Menschen organisierten Umfeld: Organisationsanalyse, Gruppenmoderation, Training Umfrage-Feedback, Problemlösung, Aktionsforschung, usw. ZIELE Das Programm hat zwei Ziele: theoretische Ausbildung auf der Grundlage wissenschaftlicher Tradition und Praxis der Psychologie der menschlichen Beziehungen, die die Kreuzungen verschiedener Disziplinen entwickelt: Sozialpsychologie, Soziologie, Psychologie, Organisationsentwicklung Theorien, Theorien der Kommunikation und die menschlichen Beziehungen, menschliche und soziale Ökologie und Systemtheorien; praktische Ausbildung konzentriert sich zum einen organisierten Umwelt auf die Intervention von Menschen: Organisationsanalyse, Gruppen Animation, Training Design, Umfrage Feedback, Problemlösung Prozessgruppe, Aktionsforschung und andere Techniken der psycho~~POS=TRUNC. Was das psycho? Psycho, ein Disziplinar Feld auf die menschliche Interaktion zentriert, die im Coaching der menschlichen Veränderung in einer Perspektive interessiert ist, wo die Dimensionen intrapersonale, inter, interdisziplinär und systemisch noch untrennbar miteinander verbunden sind. Die psycho Rede Die psycho-soziologischen Intervention ist eine begleitende Praxis, die sowohl unter Berücksichtigung der Person, Prozesse und Beziehungen führt. Es zielt darauf ab, das Bewusstsein von Individuen, Gruppen und Gemeinschaften und ihre Befähigung und Verantwortung zu entwickeln. Durch eine kooperative Beziehung setzt sie auf die Potentialität und das Entstehen einer kollektiven Intelligenz statt auf Pathologie, Diagnose und Wiederherstellung. Diese Praxis erfordert somit durch diese unterstützt werden, das in der Erfahrung ergibt sich nicht nur Theorien oder Techniken. Es ist eine Praxis, die das Bewusstsein der Individuen, Gruppen und Gemeinschaften entwickeln soll. Es verwendet eine Reihe von Werkzeugen nuancenreich wie Beratung, Coaching, Beratung, Mediation, Moderation, Training, Analyse, Feedback und kollektive Dialog Technologien (positive Bewertung, Raum offen, zukünftige Suche, World Cafe, etc.) [-]