The general informations for Psychology students (bachelor’s level) can be found on the website of the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences.
The members of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy serve the specialization Psychology (Bachelor’s level) within the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Babeș-Bolyai University, together with the Department of Psychology and the Department of Applied Psychology in Education, covering the clinical activities (courses, seminars, papers, services, practice, etc.) and associated within the Psychology specialization (Bachelor’s level). In short, the members of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy serve the clinical subjects and/or associated with the field within the Psychology specialization. The rest of the disciplines within the Psychology specialization are served by the other Psychology Departments. Therefore, students in psychology (Bachelor’s level) belong to the Psychology specialization served by the Departments mentioned above.
The curriculum of students in the Psychology specialization (Bachelor’s level) is served by: (1) the Department of Psychology (general, educational, work-organizational courses) and (2) the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (clinical courses).
The psychologist profession no longer exist on the labor market today: no one is a psychologist in general; legally, there are only psychologists who specialize in certain specific areas of psychology. Students wishing to become psychologists in: (1) Clinical Psychology; (2) Psychological Counseling; and/or (3) Psychotherapy, which can be achieved by continuing the Bachelor’s degree preparation through the Masters, Doctoral School and/or Postdoctoral Program of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, we strongly imperatively recommend them to choose at Bachelor’s level the following optional courses: Epistemology, Logic, Psychiatry, Evolutionary Psychology, Clinical Psychodiagnosis and Child Interventions, Family Psychology.