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Program Overview

The objective of the program is to equip students with the requisite knowledge in the core domains of psychology, research methods, and professional skills. The aim is to guide students so that they can provide instruction, supervision, consultation services, and develop the capability to contribute to the research literature furthermore establish an ethical practice.

Program Curriculum

Semester I
  • Cognitive Processes
  • Biological Processes - I
  • Psychometric and Research Methods
  • Theories of Personality
  • Health Psychology
  • Learning Labs:
    Experiments on Perception and Psychophysics
    Experiments in Thinking
Semester II
  • Positive Psychology
  • Social and Group Processes
  • Biological Processes - II
  • Experimental Designs and Psychological Statistics
  • Theories of Learning
  • Introduction to Sports Psychology
  • Learning Labs:
    Experiments in Cognition - Memory and Learning
    Experiments in Positive Psychology
Semester III
  • Family and Marital Counselling
  • Life Span Development
  • Child Psychology
  • Introduction to Counselling
  • Behaviour Dysfunction
  • Experiments in Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Report and Presentation of Rehabilitation Centre
Semester IV
  • Specialization Course (Industrial)
    Corporate Psychology
    Psychopathology II
    Introduction to Classical Psychotherapies
    Consumer Psychology
    Psychological Assessments II
    Introduction to Contemporary Psychotherapies
    Marketing and Advertising Psychology
    Psychological Interventions
    Areas of Counselling
  • Learning Labs
    Screening and Assessment in Industry and Organizational Psychology
    Assessment of Personality and Interventions in Clinical Psychology
    Intervention Techniques
    **Internship and Report
    Project Work

Course Eligibility

A Degree from a recognized University with a minimum of 50% of total marks obtained (45% for SC/ST) in the cognate/related subjects in the entire degree course.