In the first cycle, the Faculty offers two focuses to choose from : general or speech and language therapy.
- The first leads to a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Education (General) and allows graduates to study for the Master’s degree in Psychology or in Education.
- The second leads to the Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Education (Speech and Language Therapy) and allows graduates to study for a Master’s degree in Speech and Language Therapy.
The programmes corresponding to these two focuses are somewhat similar. The first year of studies is identical for both, while the second year includes 45 common credits and 15 credits specific to each focus. The third year includes 15 common credits and 45 specific credits. This structure facilitates the transition from one focus to another. Therefore, students who wish to change after having successfully completed their second year of studies can add a supplement of 15 ECTS to their third-year course load.