The competence profile in Clinical Psychology is characterised by competences in interdisciplinary work through a specialisation in psychosomatics, psychopharmacology and diagnostics (clinical-diagnostic exercise) and intervention teaching, as well as specific knowledge in child and adolescent psychology and health psychology in its application (e.g. public health and primary/secondary as well as tertiary prevention). In work, organisational and business psychology, students acquire knowledge in learning and health-promoting work structuring, in personnel management and organisational development, in decision-making and financial psychology and in market and consumer research. In addition, students acquire intercultural and diversity skills within the framework of social psychology.
With a Bachelor's degree in "Psychology" and a Master's degree in "Psychology", graduates are entitled to use the professional title "psychologist" in accordance with §4 Psychologengesetz 2013 (BGBl. I No. 182/2013 as amended). In addition, the degree offers the opportunity for an in-depth postgraduate education (e.g. doctoral studies, psychotherapy training according to §10 Para. 2 No. 8 Psychotherapy Act [BGBl. Nr. 361/1990 as amended], training as clinical and health psychologist according to §7 Psychologengesetz 2013, training as industrial and organisational psychologist, training as supervisor).