M.Sc. Psychology

What is M.Sc. Psychology?


Psychology is offered as a subject at the Plus Two or equivalent level with a combination of other social sciences and statistics.

Why M.Sc. Psychology?


At the graduate level, one can study psychology as an Honors subject in most universities. After graduation, one can opt for an MA or MSc in Psychology, Social work or Counseling. Specializations in the subject can be pursued at the post graduate level or at the doctoral level- M.Phil or Ph.D, at the master's and doctoral level, education becomes increasingly specialized. Post graduate courses in psychology are offered only to students who have graduated with psychology. Post graduate and doctoral degrees in Psychology puts emphasis on research. If your interest in this practice, i.e. helping people with problems (counseling) you could opt for Psychology-related graduate programs such as education and social work.

The future of an M.Sc. Psychology Graduate


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Education:


For Bachelor program in psychology – 10th, +2
For Post graduate courses in psychology - Bachelor degree in psychology
For Ph.D. / M.Phil. - PG or Diploma in psychology

Duration :

​ Graduation in psychology is a 3 year program. Post graduation is of 2 years duration and during the course, specialization in a special branch of psychology is possible.

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