Psychologie studieren ohne NC, KLPU, Karl Landsteiner Privatuniversität, Kleingruppen unterricht

Career prospects

The Master’s degree in Psychology opens the door to a wide range of jobs and further education opportunities across the professional field of academic psychology. 

In line with the key areas of focus, the programme is primarily geared towards professions in the clinical field and in the area of occupational, organisational and business psychology. The competency profile for clinical psychology is characterised by competencies in interdisciplinary work through in-depth study of psychosomatics, psychopharmacology, diagnostics and intervention theory, together with specific knowledge of applied paediatric and adolescent psychology and health psychology (e.g. public health and primary, secondary and tertiary prevention). In their study of occupational, organisational and business psychology, students acquire knowledge of work set-ups that promote learning and health, along with human resources management, organisational development, decision-making and financial psychology, and market and consumer research. Students also acquire intercultural and diversity skills within the framework of social psychology. All of the course content has a well-founded scientific basis, ensuring optimal preparation for a career in science and applied research. 

A Master’s degree in Psychology entitles graduates to use the professional title of state-accredited Psychologist, in accordance with Section 4 of the Psychology Act 2013 (PslG – BGBl I no. 182/2013, as amended). The degree also opens the way for further postgraduate education (e.g. doctoral studies, psychotherapy training in accordance with Section 10, Para. 2(8) of the Psychotherapy Act [BGBl. no. 361/1990, as amended], training as a clinical and health psychologist in accordance with Section 7 of the Psychologists Act 2013 (PslG), training as a work and organisational psychologist, or training as a supervisor).