Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Psychology
The B. Sc. in Psychology provides the foundation for scientifically studying the human mind. It stands out in its emphasis on research as the foundation of a pedagogy that develops the dynamic attitude to unravel the complexity of human behavior. The programme establishes the significance of psychology in education, law, economics, design, and political and commercial communication.
Students will learn how psychology plays a leading role in designing and updating technological innovations, improving community mental health, and developing educational techniques towards better learning experiences. Students will acquire transferable skill sets in framing research questions, designing experiments, and analyzing quantitative data. Field-based psychometrics and psychotherapy would ensure an experiential dimension essential for practicing in various sectors.
Being trained in the essentials of psychology, the students can intervene wherever a community interface exists. The specializations in clinical and counseling psychology will prepare them for trauma management, designing counseling, and rehabilitative programmes. Adept in research methods, students navigate machine designing, market practices, consumer behavior, forensics, etc.
- Clinical Psychology (Hons)
- Counselling Psychology (Hons)
Three years (Six semesters)
Commence of the course
Mode of Study
Pre-University/Higher Secondary/10+2 Examinations or equivalent from any recognized Board or Council in any discipline.
Obtained at least 50% marks in the subjects taken in standard 12 or equivalent.
- Have an inside track to Global Leaders' Alliance Fellowship
- Take classes with Oxbridge/Ivy-League faculty
- Conduct experiments in the state-of-the-art library
- Gain fluency in software tools and statistical methods for data analysis
- Be a part of student counselling activities at the university
- Gain research and publishing experience