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Psychological Sciences and Techniques

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  • Programme type Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS)
  • Place of teaching Cesena
  • Language Italian
  • Type of access Restricted access - entrance exam
  • Degree Programme Class L-24 - Psychology
  • Degree Programme Director Elvira Cicognani
  • Department Psychology - PSI
  • Learning activities Course structure diagram

Alma Orienta Online
2 and 3 March 2021

Register to take part in the Orientation Days! You will see the presentations, hear from enrolled students, discover the facilities and services offered by the University, and maybe even attend a lecture.

On 1 March you will have pre-access to visit the stands, see the full schedule of events, and plan your visit based on your specific interests. 

We will be there. We look forward to seeing you!

Programme aims

This degree programme provides some of the macro-areas of knowledge required to continue with 2nd cycle studies allowing Psychological Science and Techniques graduates to go on to become psychologists. It aims to achieve the following learning outcomes: a) development of transversal skills by which students may learn to diagnose the academic and professional situations they experience during this study programme;
 b) development of pre-vocational skills (management of interviews, management of small groups, production of technical reports, etc.);
 c) acquisition of the (self) assessment… Read more

Admission requirements

Admission to the degree programme is subject to possession of a five-year secondary school diploma or suitable equivalent qualification obtained abroad, or a four-year secondary school diploma and diploma for the relative supplementary year, or where this is no longer active, students admitted will be assigned additional learning requirements. 1.2 One also needs high-school-level knowledge of subjects relevant to the degree programme syllabus, especially in the following five areas: understanding a text in Italian; logical reasoning and problem-solving; rudiments of the scientific method;… Read more