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Bachelor of Science (Honours) - B. Sc. (Hons.) - Psychology


The Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Psychology is an undergraduate program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of human behavior and mental processes. This program is meticulously structured to ensure an equilibrium between theoretical knowledge and practical training, fostering the development of both professional and scientific acumen in graduates. The program is designed to offer students a strong foundation in psychological theories, research methods, and practical applications. With a focus on cultivating critical thinking abilities and research proficiency, the program aims to empower students to excel in both academic endeavors and professional pursuits.

The current program is structured in the NEP format with multiple exit options. Over the course of typically three to four years, students delve into a diverse curriculum that encompasses various sub-fields of psychology, enabling them to develop a holistic understanding of the discipline. The specializations that are offered currently are clinical psychology and counseling psychology; each having their discrete scope and opportunities.

The B. Sc. (Hons.) Psychology programme incorporates hands-on experiences, including internships, research projects, and practical training, to provide students with real-world exposure and develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.


Four Years / Eight Semesters

Commence of the course

Course Duration

Four Years

Mode of Study


10+2 from recognized Board / Council with minimum 50% marks.

A relaxation of 5% marks or its equivalent grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC / ST.

Key Features

To provide educational experiences that guide students in exploring the scientific and humanistic aspects of the intricate workings of the human mind and behavior.

To teach fundamental psychological principles and methodologies while cultivating an understanding of the complexities encountered in practical field situations.

To assist in the development of students' cognitive, emotional, and behavioral skills and to foster the growth of conscientious professionals and researchers.

To enable the mastery of fundamental skills across key domains, including psychological assessment, experimentation, counseling, interviewing, tool development, behavior modification, data analysis, and report writing.

To encourage self-awareness, introspection, and individual development by guiding students to comprehend the intricacies of the self and human connections and their mutual influence.

To foster a profound understanding of ethical values and principles and apply them in psychological research and practice.

To assist students in acquiring competencies in developing fundamental skills that include reflective, analytical, scientific writing, computational, and communication skills.

To cultivate appreciation for social diversity and enhance the social and cultural significance of education.

Programme Structure