This program is designed to introduce students to various psychological theories and concepts, and understand their applications in real-world scenarios. It helps them make sense of varying human behaviors, and how different mental processes impact human conduct. You will graduate equipped to enter the workforce in a variety of health-related sectors or pursue postgraduate studies.
After completing the program, a student will be able to:
Analysis human behaviors from different perspectives.
Outline education and training requirements for becoming a psychologist.
Give orientation of contemporary subfields of psychology.
Identify abnormal human behaviors.
Discuss emerging issues in psychology.
Psychology students mostly find jobs in health or humanitarian sectors, after completing their BS Degree in Psychology. The following are just a few of the common career paths for individuals having completed a Bachelor’s degree in psychology.
2nd Division (45%) in HSSC or Equivalent.