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Master’s Program in Psychology - Cognitive and Clinical Psychology

Information for students

This page provides important answers to questions that frequently come up during the master’s program in Psychology - Cognitive and Clinical Psychology. Learn more about the examination regulations, the module catalog, the degree plan, the minor, and the master’s thesis.

Please note: As the program is taught in German, the documents listed on this page are only available in German.

  • Examination regulations

    The examination regulations can be considered a program’s rulebook as they contain comprehensive information on your studies, including examination deadlines, the number of times you can re-sit an exam, registration for your master’s thesis, etc.

    You can find the document on the central website of the University of Mannheim. If you are aware of the examination regulations´ (in German) content, you can answer many questions yourself.

  • Module catalog

    The module catalog provides you with detailed information on the individual modules and courses regarding their content and types of examination.

    The following change has been made to module AH: Projekt- und Praxismodul: You now receive 4  (instead of 2) ECTS credits for the course AH3: Interventionspraktikum. Accordingly, you receive 10 ECTS credits for module AH in total.

    Currently there are no files available.

  • Degree plan

    The degree plan gives you an overview of your program and helps you plan your studies.

  • Minor

    You may substitute your elective module with a minor.

    Please ask the chair of the examination committee for approval of your minor by sending an informal request stating your program of study and the minor you would like to take (ideally via e-mail).

  • Master's thesis

    What should I know about the procedure?

    • As soon as you have decided on the subject area you would like to write your master’s thesis in, you should contact a member of the Department who could serve as your supervisor. You should agree with this person on a topic and discuss the next steps.
    • Please note that only an approved examiner from the Department of Psychology of the University of Mannheim (usually the chair holder) can assign the topic to you.
    • Please also discuss any potential second evaluators with your supervisor.
    • Fill in the request form on assignment of the topic of the master's thesis and have it signed by the first and second evaluator. Once you have completed the form, you can submit it to Ms Mangold (A5,6; room C207) during her consultation hours.
    • Make sure that the examiners’ names are legible, that you state the English working title of your thesis in addition to the German title, and that the form carries your signature.
    • Once the request form carries the signature of the examiner, your thesis is considered to be officially registered. The maximum preparation period is 6 months. The exact due date for your master's thesis is stated on the document by the chair of the examination committee.
    • If you need to extend the preparation period, you can file a request with the examination committee citing a valid reason. Extension can only be granted once and for no more than two months.
  • Examination committee

    The examination committee for the master’s program in Psychology is chaired by Prof. Dr. Bröder. Starting with the Autumn term 2020, the office of the Examination boards of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of Philosophy (ZPA) will take over the processing of the procedures of the examination boards. As a student, please contact the ZPA from the Spring term 2020 onwards to apply for e.g., a recognition, an extension of the deadline (e.g. maximum study time, completion time of your master’s thesis) or an extraordinary minor (further application options are regulated by your examination regulations).

  • Important documents related to your program

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Contact

Do you have any more questions? We’re happy to advise you!

If you have any subject-specific questions regarding your degree program (course contents, program structure, stays abroad), don’t hesitate to contact our program managers. If you have any questions on organizing your studies (examinations, grades, re-registration, academic leave of absence), please contact the Student Services office II team.

Alica Buck, M.A.

Alica Buck, M.A.

Program Manager M.Sc. Psychology
University of Mannheim
School of Social Sciences
A 5, 6
Building A – Room A 408
68159 Mannheim
Consultation hour(s):
In–person consultation hours are suspended!
Please contact me via email.
Leonie Cegla, M.Sc.

Leonie Cegla, M.Sc.

Program Manager Psychology
On parental leave
University of Mannheim
School of Social Sciences
A 5, 6
Building A – Room A 419
68159 Mannheim
Fabian Pfeiffer

Fabian Pfeiffer

B.A./M.A. Political Science | B.Sc./M.Sc. Psychology | Master of Comparative Business Law (M.C.B.L.) | Master of Laws (LL.M.)
University of Mannheim
Division II - Student Affairs
Student Services II
L 1, 1 – Room 127
68161 Mannheim
Phone: +49 621 181-1195
Fax: +49 621 181-1176
E-mail: pfeiffer(at)verwaltung.uni-mannheim.de
Consultation hour(s):
Mon 9 a.m. – noon and Wed 2–5 p.m. (without appointment)