Introduction to the programme

Bachelor of Psychology is a three year six semester undergraduate programme. The B.Sc. (Psychology) degree course involves the study of mental processes, motives, reactions, feelings, conflict resolution, crisis management, groupthink, motivation, and nature of mind.

The programme B.Sc. Psychology includes Common courses, Core courses, Complementary courses, Open courses, Seminar, Project, and viva voce. No course shall carry more than four credits except practicals. Every student has to select one open course in semester V offered by various departments of the College. This programme focuses on the holistic development of students and the being that facilitator to grow as an empathic and socially responsible psychologist who can influence thousand minds.

Programme Objective

  • To understand the basics of various perspectives in psychology
  • To understand the biological foundations of behaviour
  • To inculcate in students’, the need and importance of statistics in Psychology
  • To improve meta cognitive abilities
  • To understand the psychological processes behind human behaviour in a social setting
  • To help students understand brain behavior relationship.
  • To facilitate comprehension of the theoretical concepts through experiments
  • To acquaint the students with the basic minor and major disorders.
  • To have an understanding regarding the causal patterns and treatment of disorders.
  • To familiarize and learn concept of human organizations and behavior in organizations

Program Highlights

  • The broad aim of the program is to provide a comprehensive and in depth theoretical and practical understanding of psychology.
  • The programme is designed with an outcome-based approach in teaching learning process.
  • One who undergoes the programme is expected to acquire competency in the field of psychology.
  • One who undergoes the programme is expected to acquire competency in the field of psychology.
  • Get to learn from the best teachers and educators.
Experimental Training

Intense Lab training on Psychophysical experiments and Psychological testing

Experimental Training

Intense Lab training on Psychophysical experiments and Psychological testing

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for applying for B.Sc. Psychology are:

  • Candidates must have completed class 12th or senior secondary examination with at least 50% aggregate marks in any stream or background.
  • SC/ST students are given 5% relaxation.
  • Students who have appeared for class 12 exams can also apply.

Course Design

The programme B.Sc. Psychology includes Common courses, Core courses, Complementary courses, Open courses, Seminar, Project, and viva voice. No course shall carry more than four credits except practicals. Every student has to select one open course in semester V offered by various departments of the College.

What you'll study

B.Sc. Psychology is an undergraduate degree course in psychology. The duration of the course is 3 years and the course is divided into 6 semesters.The study period of B.Sc. Psychology includes various subjects such as

  • Foundation of Psychology
  • Bio-Psychology
  • Statistics
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Organisational Psychology
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Child Psychology/ Developmental Psychology
In semester 1, 2021, we will be teaching courses on campus. The complete course details and syllabus can be downloaded here.

Career possibilities

Bachelor’s in psychology is one of the most chosen social science courses. It is a career-oriented course that paves the way for progressing a professional vocation in IT sectors and Software Industry. After completion of the course, the students can get diverse opportunities in many major social domains which are very much relevant in everyday life.

  • Educational psychologist
  • Counsellor
  • Clinical psychologist
  • Organizational psychologist
  • Human Resource manager
  • Forensic psychologist
  • Health psychologist
  • Sports psychologist
  • Personality development facilitator
  • Personal developer
  • Occupational psychologist
  • Neuroscientist
  • Border force officers
  • Psychotherapist
  • Special educational facilitator
  • Career adviser