Duration of Study:
The undergraduate program in this department has a duration of four years. According to the curriculum plan, compulsory courses for undergraduates are concentrated in the first three years, allowing students to first take foundational courses and then pursue specialized courses in their areas of interest during the senior years. For the master's program, since clinical master's students are required to complete a one-year full-time internship at an external clinical institution, the graduation period for clinical students is approximately three to four years, while students in other tracks can typically graduate in two to three years.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance:
To encourage the participation of undergraduate and graduate students in departmental affairs, assist faculty in teaching and research, and provide financial support for students' daily lives, the university allocates scholarships to the department annually. Undergraduate students may assist in various administrative tasks, laboratory maintenance, and research data analysis. Graduate students may take on roles such as teaching assistants, laboratory assistants, and research assistants.
Graduate Research Labs:
The research labs for graduate students in the department are located in Room 070111 of the ZhiXi Building, with a capacity of 30 seats. This space is designated for research discussions and is announced for application at the beginning of each academic year. Priority is given to doctoral students, and any remaining seats are available for master's students through a lottery system. Students without relevant laboratory research space can also apply for the lottery.
Faculty Advisors at All Levels:
The department has faculty advisors at all levels, with two advisors per grade for undergraduates, two advisors for master's students, and one advisor for doctoral students. These advisors provide guidance to students in their daily lives and academics.
Psychological Assessments: The department has currently procured a variety of domestic and international psychological assessments for instructional use and as supplements for other relevant courses. These assessments can be broadly categorized into ability tests (approximately fifty types), personality tests (approximately twenty types), interest tests (approximately ten types), and other tests (approximately twenty types).