The article focuses on the importance of interdisciplinary connections of science training of the future psychologists at higher education institutions as one of the major means of forming coherent scientific picture of the world, awareness of the place and role of a human in it, increase of the level of education and professional training. It is stressed that science education in higher education institutions in the first half of the XX century due to the reduction in number of teaching hours and set amount of training material has been subjected to a number of difficulties It is pointed out in the article that professional training of psychologists in higher education institutions is carried out according to the curriculum, which combines three cycles of disciplines: humanitarian and socio-economic, fundamental and science, professional and practical. The author shows the analysis of research and points to insufficient scientific development of content and interdisciplinary connections of the future psychologists’ science training at higher education institutions and allows focusing on the urgency of the issues raised. The author focuses on the relevance of the issues raised. It is substantiated at the example of science training of the future psychologists in M. P. Dragomanov NPU the necessity to establish interdisciplinary connections between disciplines of fundamental, science cycles disciplines and professional and practical training from the perspective of forming an intelligent, educated, highly cultured, competent professionals. The author states that proposed structure of training and work programs in the disciplines of fundamental and science training are based on competence approach taking into account interdisciplinary connections with disciplines of professional and practical Педагогічні науки: теорія, історія, інноваційні технології, 2017, № 4 (68) 24 training which is essentially new to the students studying in the field 0301 “Social and political Sciences” of training direction 6.030103 “Practical Psychology”. It is outlined in the article the prospects for further studies that are seen in identifyingthe ways to improve science training of the future psychologists at higher education institutions.
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