Bachelors in Psychology
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The curriculum is specifically designed to introduce students to theories of psychology, procedures, and practices in the fields of child psychology, clinical psychology, counseling and guidance, educational psychology, industrial psychology, and Human Resource Management. It also enables the students to become proficient in Psychological testing and measurement, in using the computer applications in psychology and to conduct research.
Degree requirement for this is:
- FA/FSc Part-I with minimum 60% marks OR A-level in three subjects (main subjects no subsidiary) with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR Grade 12 with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR any equivalent examination.
- 2) The NAT conducted by the National Testing Service with a minimum 50% cumulative score.
Studying a psychology degree fosters a valuable aptitude for work in both the science and arts fields. Jobs appropriate for a psychologist include those of Clinical psychologist, Educational psychologist, Further education lecturer, Higher education lecturer, Occupational psychologist, Sport and exercise psychologist, Careers adviser, Counsellor, Human resources officer, Psychotherapist, and Retail manager.