Psychology

This program focuses on psychological theory, research, and practice, with an emphasis on its application in a Danish and European context.

Program Highlights

  • Travel with your classmates and DIS faculty on course-integrated study tours regionally and across Europe, where you will meet and discuss central themes with key researchers, clinicians, policy-makers, and organizations working in the field of psychology
  • Your classroom experience will be enhanced by guest lectures and field studies to local organizations that bring real-world examples of how psychological science is applied and practiced in Denmark
  • Gain hands-on experience in your field with a supplemental practicum or lab attached to your core course

Student Profile

This program is right for you, if you are interested in psychology, neuroscience, the health sciences, human development, or sociology.

One of the highlights of being in the psychology program at DIS is the opportunity you get to interact with international professionals in the field of psychology. From guest lectures and study tours, DIS students get to meet with individuals from a variety of psychology focused careers and backgrounds. These interactions demonstrate the endless possibilities for those interested in the field of psychology.”

– Gretchen M Parmley, Wellesley College

Core Courses

Positive Psychology

  • Course type: Core Course
  • Fall/Spring semester
  • 3 Credits
Week-Long Study Tour
Milan-Verona or Krakow-Poznan or Milan or London or Krakow-Warsaw or Budapest or Prague
Core Course Week Study Tour
Western Denmark
Major Discipline(s)
Education/Educational Studies, Human Development, Psychology

Final Syllabus A - Fall 2016

Download now

Final Syllabus B - Fall 2016

Download now

Final Syllabus C - Fall 2016

Download now

Final Syllabus D - Spring 2016

Download now

Final Syllabus E - Fall 2016

Download now
Positive Psychology - icon