Undergraduate Programme

B.Sc. (Hons.)

The B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology course aims to give students an exposure to the human mind and all the psychological processes that govern it. Knowledge of various theoretical perspectives and core psychology subjects will give students the ability to apply psychology in broad range of sub-fields. To be a good psychologist, one needs to be scientifically oriented in their understanding of the field. This course focuses on giving students a clear understanding of the interface between the body and mind. On completion of the course, students will be equipped to pursue fields like clinical psychology, counselling and psychotherapy, organizational psychology, sports psychology, health psychology, child psychology, social psychology, forensic psychology and so on. In addition to majoring in psychology, students have an option to take additional courses within the liberal arts programme in subjects such as economics, history, computer science or mathematics.

Credit Requirements, Curriculum & Syllabus

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