Enrolment in Master's programme Neurocognitive Psychology.
If you want to take a module/course which is not listed in the list of approved courses/modules, please check thoroughly whether the course/module fulfils the requirements listed under ‘module contents’ before you start the course/module. The requirements for the minor module are also described in the subject specific amendments to the general examination regulations (fachspez. Anlage).
In cases of doubt, the programme coordinator can advise you.
Certificates of completion of approved courses/modules (see list of approved courses) have to be sent directly to the examinations office.
Certificates of completion for courses/modules without former approval have to be sent to the head of the examinations committee together with the approval form and a course/module description.
If you want to take an additional elective module for your Minor (taking only a part of an elective module is not possible), you need to inform the contact person for the respective module in writing BEFORE the start of the module. If your request is NOT rejected in written form within 4 weeks, the module counts as approved for the Minor and the course credits will be automatically entered for your Minor. You will receive a pass/fail for this module. You CANNOT use it afterwards as a normal elective module. You can also NOT rededicate an elective that you have already started as your Minor.
Bachelor level courses are NOT acceptable. Note that Bachelor level courses can be listed in some Master programmes (e.g. Master of Education). This does not qualify a Bachelor level course for the Minor module.
It is your responsibility to ask the teacher whether you can take part in a course/module.
If grades are earned in the minor, those are counted as pass/fail. Certificates for grades can be separately requested from the examination office.
Skills to be acquired in this module
Goals of module:
Students will gain an overview of non-psychological topics related to cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology. They will see how psychological theories apply in other fields. Students can strengthen their own professional profile. Students may also broaden their psychological knowledge or language skills.