The four-year Practical Psychology bachelor’s program addresses current ministry needs in the area of psychology by equipping students with the tools necessary for psychodiagnostics, counselling and psychocorrection in different spheres of human activity, and by developing the professional skills needed for providing psychological help.


The curriculum also includes basic theological disciplines.


During the course of study, students will gain knowledge and develop skills in three areas:


  • basic academic training including both general and specialized psychological theory, philosophy, history, cultural studies, philology, and theology;
  • specialized situational training for developing practical professional tools;
  • practical training that develops the practical skills and competence necessary for spiritual and psychological counselling.