Practical Psychology | Master's Degree Program | Altai State University

The purpose of the educational program is to train graduate students in psychological counseling of clients of different ages on psychological problems in the areas of communication, personal development, family, career, parenting, health, crisis, stress, addictions, deviations.


37.04.01 Psychology


Practical Psychology

Learning mode

  • Full-time education – 4 years;
  • Part-time training – 4 years 6 months.

State-funded places


Employer-sponsored places


Fee-paying places


Tuition fees per semester in 2023 / 2024 academic year

27 500 - 63 895 rubles

Entrance test

Psychology Interdisciplinary Exam (written)

Passing score in 2022


What training you get

The uniqueness of the graduate degree program lies in its focus on providing counseling services to various categories of the population through various types of counseling (individual, family, career, age-psychological, crisis, psycho-pedagogical, health counseling, addictions, deviations, etc.).

Benefits of the educational program:

  • training in the specifics of working with clients of different returns;
  • training in individual and group counseling;
  • training on the specifics of counseling in dealing with personal psychological problems; difficulties in marital and family relationships; building a professional career; professional self-determination, professional self-realization; in the relationship between parents and child and adolescent; violation of discipline in school; health and well-being; experiencing stressful events; life crises; addictive behavior, deviations
  • gaining individualized experience with psychological counseling;
  • supervising counseling;
  • training with teachers and practitioners who are certified specialists in various psychotherapeutic approaches and who provide psychological counseling, correction, prevention, and expertise.


  • Program Head: Natalya Anatolievna Luzhbina, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Psychology and Pedagogical Education.
  • Phone: (3852) 298-190
  • E-mail:


Print version Modified 5.07.2023