The Psychology Department was established in 2012, and since then, we have been proud to produce many qualified graduates in the field. We offer a range of programs, including thesis and non-thesis master’s programs in Clinical Psychology, a thesis master’s program in Addiction Psychology, a Doctoral program in Clinical Psychology, and a thesis master’s program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Our mission is to educate research-oriented and practitioner psychologists with the skills and knowledge to work domestically and internationally at international standards. We offer a wide range of course options in various subfields of psychology, such as clinical psychology, social psychology, industrial and organisational psychology, forensic psychology, neuropsychology, sports psychology, and cognitive psychology. Our department places great importance on scientific research and methods, and we focus on developing our students’ project and article-writing skills. Our students contribute to scientific knowledge through projects, articles, and presentations prepared in collaboration with our academics.
We provide our students with the opportunity to receive education from a well-equipped and qualified academic staff and organise more than 100 activities at our university to bring together essential figures from domestic and international fields with our students and professionals. We also offer opportunities for our undergraduate students to meet with our graduates working in different areas of psychology, providing them with opportunities to prepare for the business world.