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Graduate Level Requirements

General level requirements

The graduate must have a sufficient level of knowledge and skills in the field of social and humanitarian, natural sciences, general professional and special disciplines, specialization disciplines for the implementation of social and professional activities.

The graduate must be able to analyze current trends and problems of psychological science, to study the laws and processes of social and mental life, to explicate the value-ideological foundations of psychological culture, to have a knowledge of the methodology of cognition and transformation of social and mental reality, to conduct independent research, develop and introduce new ones into the educational process educational technologies, to carry out scientific and methodological work in the field of teaching psychological discipline, to develop and experiment in innovative social projects, to be able to independently make professional decisions, taking into account their sociocultural and individual-personality consequences; know the ethical and legal norms governing social relations and use them in their professional activities.

A graduate must be able to continuously replenish his knowledge, analyze the historical and modern problems of society, know the foundations of world and domestic culture, the ideology of the Belarusian state, moral and legal norms, and be able to take them into account in his life.

A graduate must speak the state languages ​​(Belarusian, Russian), one or several foreign languages, be prepared for continuous professional, cultural and physical self-improvement.



Academic Competency Requirements

The specialist must possess the following academic competencies:

? own and apply basic scientific and theoretical knowledge to solve theoretical and practical problems;

? own systemic and comparative analysis;

? own research skills;

? be able to work independently;

? be able to generate new ideas (creativity);

? have an interdisciplinary approach to solving problems;

? have skills related to the use of technical training devices, information management and working with a computer;

? have linguistic skills (oral and written communication); be able to learn, improve their skills throughout life.



Requirements for social and personal competencies

The specialist should have the following social and personal competencies:

? possess the qualities of citizenship;

? be capable of social interaction;

? have the ability to interpersonal communications;

? have skills in health conservation;

? be capable of criticism and self-criticism (critical thinking);

? be able to work in a team.

Professional Competency Requirements

The specialist must possess the following professional competencies in the following activities:

Research Activities:

? to formulate and solve problems arising in the course of research and educational activities and requiring in-depth professional knowledge;

? choose the necessary research methods, modify existing ones and develop new methods based on the objectives of a specific study;

? plan, organize and conduct research, educational, preventive, diagnostic, consultative and psychotherapeutic work;

? prepare scientific materials, write essays, reviews, reviews;

? take part in scientific research, collect, process, analyze data and interpret psychological information;

? to perform the functions of a researcher in research institutions;

? to plan, organize and conduct scientific and methodological and educational-methodical work;

? present the results of the work done in the form of reports, abstracts, articles, drawn up in accordance with the existing requirements with the use of modern editing and printing tools.

Educational activities:

? to formulate and solve problems arising in pedagogical activity and requiring in-depth professional knowledge;

? plan, organize and conduct educational work;

? to plan, organize and conduct scientific and methodological and educational-methodical work;

? to perform the functions of a psychology teacher at a higher, general and secondary special school, a psychologist-teacher when working in out-of-school, pre-school and school institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling and psycho-correctional work), a medical psychologist in medical institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling correction and rehabilitation), a social psychologist in the field of management, business, industry, mass communications, a psychologist in social-pedagogical, psycho logic, vocational guidance services.


? present the results of the work done in the form of reports, abstracts, articles, drawn up in accordance with the existing requirements with the use of modern editing and printing tools.

Expert advisory activity:

? plan, organize and conduct diagnostic and advisory work;

? present the results of the work done in the form of reports, abstracts, articles, drawn up in accordance with the existing requirements with the use of modern editing and printing tools.

? Act as an expert consultant in a higher, general and secondary special school, in research institutions, in out-of-school, pre-school and school institutions, in medical institutions, in the field of management, business, industry, mass communications, in socio-pedagogical, psychological career guidance services.

? present the results of the work done in the form of reports, abstracts, articles, drawn up in accordance with the existing requirements with the use of modern editing and printing tools.

Correction and rehabilitation activities:

? to plan, organize and conduct educational, preventive, diagnostic, consultative, psycho-correctional, psycho-rehabilitation and psychotherapeutic work;

? to fulfill a psychologist when working in higher education institutions, institutions of a system of secondary and secondary special education, out-of-school, pre-school institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling and psycho-correctional work), a medical psychologist in medical institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling, correction and rehabilitation), a social psychologist in the field of management, business, industry, mass communications, a psychologist in social-pedagogical, psychological their career guidance services.

? present the results of the work done in the form of reports, abstracts, articles, drawn up in accordance with the existing requirements with the use of modern editing and printing tools.

Social adaptation activities:

? perform the functions of a psychologist when working in out-of-school, pre-school and school institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling and psycho-correctional work), a medical psychologist in medical institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling and psychotherapy), a social psychologist in the field of management, business, industry, mass communications, psychologist in social-pedagogical, psychological, career guidance services.

? present the results of the work done in the form of reports, abstracts, articles, drawn up in accordance with the existing requirements with the use of modern editing and printing tools.

Cultural and educational activities:

? to plan, organize and conduct educational work;

perform the functions of a psychologist when working in out-of-school, pre-school and school institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling and psycho-correctional work), a medical psychologist in medical institutions (with the right to engage in psycho-diagnostics, counseling and psychotherapy), a social psychologist in the field of management, business, industry, mass communications, psychologist in social-pedagogical, psychological, career guidance services.
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