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Psychology is a science focused on the understanding of human behavior. Most of the psychology students are generally familiar with the clinical, therapeutic aspects of the profession even though there are as much wider range of areas that are part of the world of "psychology." One should be aware that specialization in a specific are of psychology takes place only as part of graduate studies, which includes acquiring practical experience, usually under supervision and the possibility of choosing a practical field of psychology.

 

The Faculty of Psychology syllabus puts an emphasis on implementing the theoretical material taught

Practical experiences such as workshops, as well as guest lectures, seminars, and comprehensive practical courses are at the heart of the students’ academic journey to achieve a degree in Psychology.

A very experienced academic faculty comprised of distinguished scholars and clinicians all of whom have many years of experience, helps to guide, and accompany the students from their first year as undergraduates throughout their studies. The professors are all oriented to guide and assist each individual student to reach their potential and ensure that they are fully equipped and trained to pursue their dream to enter the world of Psychology as professionals.

 

Goals of the undergraduate studies in psychology

The main purpose of the undergraduate psychology degree is to develop a base of knowledge touching on the various aspects of psychology, in order to prepare the graduates of the program that are interested in continuing their studies towards a Masters degree in one of the fields of psychology. CLB offers a master's degree in Educational psychology, and a master's degree in Developmental psychology.

We believe that the curriculum CLB’s undergraduate program in psychology lays the foundation to understanding of human behavior that can be quite valuable in many human related professions such as human resources, marketing, communication or economics, and is not only relevant to students that are looking to develop a professional career in one of the fields of psychology.

 

Admission requirements for undergraduate studies in psychology

  • * A combined grade of 481 (a combined grade is an average of the psychometric grade and a weighted average of the matriculation examination).
  • * An equivalent recognized High School Diploma from abroad
  • *If over the age of 30, and does not have a matriculation or does not have the required average has to participate in a pre-academic preparatory program.
  • *CLB reserves the right to accept up to 10 percent of all applicants that do not meet the criteria to achieve a diversified student body, and due to special personal and academic circumstances.

 

Undergraduate Studies in Psychologyy:

CLB offers a very flexible schedule that enables our students to work or to pursue additional interests. There is a possibility for a day track or an evening track, studies are spread over a period of three years, 9 semesters including a summer semester.

As part of the curriculum there are several online courses. As part of these courses there are several classes that take place physically on campus including a general opening lecture.  Additional physical meetings can be facilitated according to students’ requests. These meetings will be additional to the regular planned classes.

Why study psychology at CLB?

  • Leading professors in their field with both professional and practical experience
  • Personal attention
  • Evening Track once a week
  • Special scholarships for IDF soldiers and regular and permanent service soldiers
  • Special Scholarships for gifted students
  • Convenient location in the heart of the business center of Ramat Gan
  • During the 3rd year of the undergraduate studies, students are placed in different frameworks to experience firsthand and up-close fieldwork and to understand procedures and observe actual psychologists during their everyday work. Success in the field placement is a pre-requisite for acceptance to the master’s program.

Graduate (M.A.) Degree in Developmental Psychology

As part of the Second Degree Studies a  great emphasis is put on experiential learning

The graduate program in Developmental Psychology is designed to train Developmental psychologists and give them up-to-date tools for diagnosis and treatment in the field of early childhood and neuro developmental pathology. The program trains students that have acquired a broad knowledge of developmental diagnosis, an understanding of normative development and early childhood pathology in the areas of of cognitive, social, and emotional development.
The program puts an emphasis on innovative interventions, working with parents and educational teams as partners in the child's development. Special attention is given to current trends in diagnosing and treating children on the Autism spectrum. Special classes on Autism are provided as part of the degrees. The developmental studies aspire to a multi-cultural, community – ecological approach. The CLB program is based on the latest research and knowledge in the field, including a neuropsychological-developmental knowledge.

The program has an excellent and  experienced faculty. The program is comprehensive and up-to-date and adheres to the requirements of the Developmental Division of the Psychologists Association and the Ministry of Health. CLB is in ongoing contact with the various hospitals and community medical services where students are placed do there practicum within the Institutes of Child Development and School Psychological Centers, all in order to train the next generation of who will have all the skills and knowledge to respond to the growing needs of children on the Autism spectrum.

 

A very experienced academic faculty comprised of distinguished scholars and clinicians all of whom have many years of experience, helps to guide, and accompany the students from their first year as graduates throughout their studies. The professors all aim to guide and assist each individual student to reach their potential and ensure that they are fully equipped and trained to pursue their dream to enter the world of Psychology as professionals.

 

Why US?

  • Leading professors in their field with both professional and clinical experience
  • Personal attention
  • Scholarships for IDF soldiers and regular and permanent service soldiers
  • Scholarships for gifted students
  • Convenient location in the heart of the business center of Ramat Gan

 

M.A. in Developmental Psychology Conditions of Acceptance     

  • B.A. degree in psychology or behavioral sciences from a recognized academic institution.
  • Average of 89 (88.5) at least in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of at least 90 on the Mitam test a uniform national test in the admissions procedure for master’s programs in psychology, orA score of 110 on the Mitam test – for candidates who have an average of less than 88.5 and not lower than 85 in psychology and methodology courses, or An average of 94 in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of 87 at least of the Mitam test.
  • Doctoral candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology are not required to take the Mitam test.
  • For candidates with a degree from overseas the results of a GRE test with an average of 70% will serve as a substitute for the Mitam, test.
  • Candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology from abroad that are recognized as an equivalent to an Israeli degree are required a score of at least 110 in the GRE test as described above.
  • CLB reserves the right to accept up to 10 percent of all applicants that do not meet the criteria to achieve a diversified student body, and due to special personal and
  • academic circumstances.

 

Graduate (M.A) – Degree in Educational Psychology

 

As part of the Second Degree Studies a great emphasis is put on experiential learning

 

The graduate program in Educational Psychology is designed to train Educational Psychologists and give them up-to-date tools for diagnosis and treatment in the field of early childhood within educational and individual frameworks such as Early Childhood frameworks, Schools and working with adolescents.

The aim of the program is to train professionals to be able to create systemic intervention through an integrative approach that includes working with children, parents and families, staff of the education institutions and medical teams. The students receive training to be evaluate and diagnose children and to implement a variety of therapeutic approaches in addition to short- and long-term intervention in crisis situations.

Educational Psychologist training is fascinating and diverse, and includes specialization in diagnostics, therapeutic and preventive intervention, counseling, and guidance on specific fields of Educational Psychology that interface with other psychological disciplines. As part of their studies, students learn in depth about normative behavioral developmental processes and emotional, cognitive, social pathologies, as well as styles of learning and learning disabilities.

The graduates of the program have many employment options in both the public and private sector. Graduates work in the municipal school system through the Educational Psychology services pre-schools and schools, diagnosis and therapy for children and adolescents who have difficulty in studying and/or suffer from emotional and social difficulties in private independent clinics. In addition, the Educational psychologist has unique and exclusive areas of expertise, such as Psycho- didactic evaluations.

Studies include a combination of practical experiences, workshops, guest lectures, seminars, and comprehensive theoretical and practical courses.

A very experienced academic faculty comprised of distinguished scholars and clinicians all of whom have many years of experience, helps to guide, and accompany the students from their first year as graduates throughout their studies. The professors are all oriented to guide and assist each individual student to reach their potential and ensure that they are fully equipped and trained to pursue their dream to enter the world of Psychology as professionals.

 

Why US?

  • Leading teaching staff from professional practice
  • An up-to-date instruction program tailored to the field's needs
  • Personal attention to students
  • Special Scholarships for gifted students
  • Convenient location in the business center of Ramat Gan

 

Terms of acceptance of M.A.  in Educational psychology

Candidates May apply for the MA programs in psychology that meet the following terms of admission:

  • B.A. degree in psychology or behavioral sciences from a recognized academic institution.
  • Average of 89 (88.5) at least in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of at least 90 on the Mitam test a uniform national test in the admissions procedure for master’s programs in psychology, or
  • A score of 110 on the Mitam test – for candidates who have an average of less than 88.5 and not lower than 85 in psychology and methodology courses, or
  • An average of 94 in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of 87 at least of the Mitam test.
  • Doctoral candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology are not required to take the Mitam test.
  • For candidates with a degree from overseas the results of a GRE test with an average of 70% will serve as a substitute for the Mitam, test.
  • Candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology from abroad that are recognized as an equivalent to an Israeli degree are required a score of at least 110 in the GRE test as described above.
  • CLB reserves the right to accept up to 10 percent of all applicants that do not meet the criteria to achieve a diversified student body, and due to special personal and

academic circumstances.

Psychology is a science focused on the understanding of human behavior. Most of the psychology students are generally familiar with the clinical, therapeutic aspects of the profession even though there are as much wider range of areas that are part of the world of "psychology." One should be aware that specialization in a specific are of psychology takes place only as part of graduate studies, which includes acquiring practical experience, usually under supervision and the possibility of choosing a practical field of psychology.

 

The Faculty of Psychology syllabus puts an emphasis on implementing the theoretical material taught

Practical experiences such as workshops, as well as guest lectures, seminars, and comprehensive practical courses are at the heart of the students’ academic journey to achieve a degree in Psychology.

A very experienced academic faculty comprised of distinguished scholars and clinicians all of whom have many years of experience, helps to guide, and accompany the students from their first year as undergraduates throughout their studies. The professors are all oriented to guide and assist each individual student to reach their potential and ensure that they are fully equipped and trained to pursue their dream to enter the world of Psychology as professionals.

 

Goals of the undergraduate studies in psychology

The main purpose of the undergraduate psychology degree is to develop a base of knowledge touching on the various aspects of psychology, in order to prepare the graduates of the program that are interested in continuing their studies towards a Masters degree in one of the fields of psychology. CLB offers a master's degree in Educational psychology, and a master's degree in Developmental psychology.

We believe that the curriculum CLB’s undergraduate program in psychology lays the foundation to understanding of human behavior that can be quite valuable in many human related professions such as human resources, marketing, communication or economics, and is not only relevant to students that are looking to develop a professional career in one of the fields of psychology.

 

Admission requirements for undergraduate studies in psychology

  • * A combined grade of 481 (a combined grade is an average of the psychometric grade and a weighted average of the matriculation examination).
  • * An equivalent recognized High School Diploma from abroad
  • *If over the age of 30, and does not have a matriculation or does not have the required average has to participate in a pre-academic preparatory program.
  • *CLB reserves the right to accept up to 10 percent of all applicants that do not meet the criteria to achieve a diversified student body, and due to special personal and academic circumstances.

 

Undergraduate Studies in Psychologyy:

CLB offers a very flexible schedule that enables our students to work or to pursue additional interests. There is a possibility for a day track or an evening track, studies are spread over a period of three years, 9 semesters including a summer semester.

As part of the curriculum there are several online courses. As part of these courses there are several classes that take place physically on campus including a general opening lecture.  Additional physical meetings can be facilitated according to students’ requests. These meetings will be additional to the regular planned classes.

Why study psychology at CLB?

  • Leading professors in their field with both professional and practical experience
  • Personal attention
  • Evening Track once a week
  • Special scholarships for IDF soldiers and regular and permanent service soldiers
  • Special Scholarships for gifted students
  • Convenient location in the heart of the business center of Ramat Gan
  • During the 3rd year of the undergraduate studies, students are placed in different frameworks to experience firsthand and up-close fieldwork and to understand procedures and observe actual psychologists during their everyday work. Success in the field placement is a pre-requisite for acceptance to the master’s program.

Graduate (M.A.) Degree in Developmental Psychology

As part of the Second Degree Studies a  great emphasis is put on experiential learning

The graduate program in Developmental Psychology is designed to train Developmental psychologists and give them up-to-date tools for diagnosis and treatment in the field of early childhood and neuro developmental pathology. The program trains students that have acquired a broad knowledge of developmental diagnosis, an understanding of normative development and early childhood pathology in the areas of of cognitive, social, and emotional development.
The program puts an emphasis on innovative interventions, working with parents and educational teams as partners in the child's development. Special attention is given to current trends in diagnosing and treating children on the Autism spectrum. Special classes on Autism are provided as part of the degrees. The developmental studies aspire to a multi-cultural, community – ecological approach. The CLB program is based on the latest research and knowledge in the field, including a neuropsychological-developmental knowledge.

The program has an excellent and  experienced faculty. The program is comprehensive and up-to-date and adheres to the requirements of the Developmental Division of the Psychologists Association and the Ministry of Health. CLB is in ongoing contact with the various hospitals and community medical services where students are placed do there practicum within the Institutes of Child Development and School Psychological Centers, all in order to train the next generation of who will have all the skills and knowledge to respond to the growing needs of children on the Autism spectrum.

 

A very experienced academic faculty comprised of distinguished scholars and clinicians all of whom have many years of experience, helps to guide, and accompany the students from their first year as graduates throughout their studies. The professors all aim to guide and assist each individual student to reach their potential and ensure that they are fully equipped and trained to pursue their dream to enter the world of Psychology as professionals.

 

Why US?

  • Leading professors in their field with both professional and clinical experience
  • Personal attention
  • Scholarships for IDF soldiers and regular and permanent service soldiers
  • Scholarships for gifted students
  • Convenient location in the heart of the business center of Ramat Gan

 

M.A. in Developmental Psychology Conditions of Acceptance     

  • B.A. degree in psychology or behavioral sciences from a recognized academic institution.
  • Average of 89 (88.5) at least in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of at least 90 on the Mitam test a uniform national test in the admissions procedure for master’s programs in psychology, orA score of 110 on the Mitam test – for candidates who have an average of less than 88.5 and not lower than 85 in psychology and methodology courses, or An average of 94 in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of 87 at least of the Mitam test.
  • Doctoral candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology are not required to take the Mitam test.
  • For candidates with a degree from overseas the results of a GRE test with an average of 70% will serve as a substitute for the Mitam, test.
  • Candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology from abroad that are recognized as an equivalent to an Israeli degree are required a score of at least 110 in the GRE test as described above.
  • CLB reserves the right to accept up to 10 percent of all applicants that do not meet the criteria to achieve a diversified student body, and due to special personal and
  • academic circumstances.

 

Graduate (M.A) – Degree in Educational Psychology

 

As part of the Second Degree Studies a great emphasis is put on experiential learning

 

The graduate program in Educational Psychology is designed to train Educational Psychologists and give them up-to-date tools for diagnosis and treatment in the field of early childhood within educational and individual frameworks such as Early Childhood frameworks, Schools and working with adolescents.

The aim of the program is to train professionals to be able to create systemic intervention through an integrative approach that includes working with children, parents and families, staff of the education institutions and medical teams. The students receive training to be evaluate and diagnose children and to implement a variety of therapeutic approaches in addition to short- and long-term intervention in crisis situations.

Educational Psychologist training is fascinating and diverse, and includes specialization in diagnostics, therapeutic and preventive intervention, counseling, and guidance on specific fields of Educational Psychology that interface with other psychological disciplines. As part of their studies, students learn in depth about normative behavioral developmental processes and emotional, cognitive, social pathologies, as well as styles of learning and learning disabilities.

The graduates of the program have many employment options in both the public and private sector. Graduates work in the municipal school system through the Educational Psychology services pre-schools and schools, diagnosis and therapy for children and adolescents who have difficulty in studying and/or suffer from emotional and social difficulties in private independent clinics. In addition, the Educational psychologist has unique and exclusive areas of expertise, such as Psycho- didactic evaluations.

Studies include a combination of practical experiences, workshops, guest lectures, seminars, and comprehensive theoretical and practical courses.

A very experienced academic faculty comprised of distinguished scholars and clinicians all of whom have many years of experience, helps to guide, and accompany the students from their first year as graduates throughout their studies. The professors are all oriented to guide and assist each individual student to reach their potential and ensure that they are fully equipped and trained to pursue their dream to enter the world of Psychology as professionals.

 

Why US?

  • Leading teaching staff from professional practice
  • An up-to-date instruction program tailored to the field's needs
  • Personal attention to students
  • Special Scholarships for gifted students
  • Convenient location in the business center of Ramat Gan

 

Terms of acceptance of M.A.  in Educational psychology

Candidates May apply for the MA programs in psychology that meet the following terms of admission:

  • B.A. degree in psychology or behavioral sciences from a recognized academic institution.
  • Average of 89 (88.5) at least in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of at least 90 on the Mitam test a uniform national test in the admissions procedure for master’s programs in psychology, or
  • A score of 110 on the Mitam test – for candidates who have an average of less than 88.5 and not lower than 85 in psychology and methodology courses, or
  • An average of 94 in all psychology and methodology courses and a score of 87 at least of the Mitam test.
  • Doctoral candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology are not required to take the Mitam test.
  • For candidates with a degree from overseas the results of a GRE test with an average of 70% will serve as a substitute for the Mitam, test.
  • Candidates with a bachelor's degree in psychology from abroad that are recognized as an equivalent to an Israeli degree are required a score of at least 110 in the GRE test as described above.
  • CLB reserves the right to accept up to 10 percent of all applicants that do not meet the criteria to achieve a diversified student body, and due to special personal and

academic circumstances.

 

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