Professional Psychology Program

Our program aims to educate aspiring professional psychologists. We provide three specialties: Educational Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Industrial & Organizational Psychology. We require students to complete two stages of the learning process to strengthen their scientific expertise and professionalism as stipulated in the curriculum agreed upon by the Indonesian Association of Higher Education Institutions of Psychology (AP2TPI) and the Indonesian Psychological Association (HIMPSI).

The first stage aims to strengthen the scientific basis of the students at the master's level. Next, students are required to improve their professional skills through practical training in clinics and hospitals (students of Clinical Psychology specialty), regular and special schools (Educational Psychology), and companies (Industrial & Organizational Psychology).


National: Accredited A (BAN-PT)

Credit Requirements

50 SKS (credit system)

Global Mobility

Our status as an ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS) member enables our students to conduct exchanges with many psychology schools in ASEAN. Opportunities to other countries around the globe are also available.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of studies, students are expected to:

  1. master magisterial knowledge related to human philosophical concepts, research methods, and strategic thinking,
  2. demonstrate professionalism in the area of specialty and showcase psychodiagnostic skills and interventions according to the Clinical, Educational, or IO Psychology prompts.


IDR 15,000,000 per semester.

Duration of Study

2 - 4 years or 4 - 8 semesters

Degree Title

M.Psi, Psikolog

Career Prospects

Professional psychologists are in need and significant to society. Graduates of Educational Psychology usually develop careers as early childhood school designers, curriculum analysts, teachers or lecturers, offline and online learning policymakers, and educational problem consultants. For Clinical Psychology, our graduates often pursue careers as counselors for psychological problems, compilers of mental health policy concepts, psychologists at hospitals or health centers, and consultants for health and safety behavior. Industrial & Organizational Psychology graduates currently work as HR consultants, organizational development & change management consultants, personnel analysts, HR officers, and competency assessors.