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Msc Psychology is a 2 year full time postgraduate course which is divided into 4 semesters. A degree of Master of Science in Psychology provides students with both academic as well as practical knowledge in the field of psychology. Psychology is the scientific study of the behaviour and the mind of humans. The examination of human behaviour helps psychologists in working towards a better understanding of human activity. M.Sc in Psychology deals entirely with the aspects of science and research associated with the subject. It implores its practical applications and equips students with the correct skill set and frame of mind for a career in this field. Students do a researches and lot of community extension works which not only helps the children with a practical learning experience but also to better understand and do interventions accordingly for the betterment of a society.
|Course Level||Post Graduate|
|Eligibility||BA / Bsc psychology degree or any other degree with psychology papers and and aggregate of at least 50% marks|
The main aim of the course is to help Postgraduates understand various psychological factors affecting the mental health of a person and apply the same in practical cases. To develop each and every student to be a responsible psychologist towards the society and also to pave the foundation for a bright career are another major goals.
Vision and mission
To provide students with basic knowledge and skills necessary for advanced training programs in psychology.
Development of ethically and socially responsible behaviours for professional and personal settings and to contribute positively to the society.
To encourage and support conducting of independent and empirical research necessary for the advancement of knowledge.
Teaching students how to develop and master the tools, techniques and methodologies in the field. (Writing a competent paper in APA style, utilizing and evaluating basic statistical techniques in psychology-SPSS, being able to locate, read and evaluate the primary literature in psychology and related disciplines, etc.)