B.Sc in Psychology is a three-year undergraduate course that deals with psychology and fundamental mental science that provide a concrete understanding of human nature along with the study of human behaviour to various stimuli. The course familiarizes the students with various psychological theories and prepares them to assess the current psycho-social problems to promote a healthy society. Apart from mandatory core subjects, students are also offered core-based electives as per the CBCS, which students can choose based on their interests in the domain and job aspirations. Graduates of this course have good job opportunities in the healthcare industry and various other industries as well. Psychologists' need and necessity are imminent due to increasing mental health issues worldwide, which keeps them in demand.
Choice Based Credit Semester System for Undergraduate Programme Revised Curriculum for Bsc Psychology (2019 Admission Onwards)
Course level: graduate
Duration: 3 years, 6 semesters
Eligibility: 10+2 science stream/ 10+2 psychology as optional stream/ equivalent stream
The main aim of the course is to help graduates understand various psychological factors affecting the mental health of a person and apply the same in practical cases.
1. To provide advanced psychological knowledge to students that can be imparted in working towards a healthy community
2. To promote high academic standards in psychology by creating an optimal and enriching learning environment, fostering personal development and contributing effectively to the needs of society.
1. To advance and transmit knowledge related to the nature of psychological processes.
2. To provide a strong foundation in the basic knowledge and skills necessary for advanced study in psychology and related disciplines.
3. To provide an understanding of research designs and statistics
4. Provide competence necessary for successful careers
5. Helping students develop critical thinking skills.
6. The in-depth theoretical concepts offer research scopes in the field of psychology and mental health counselling.