B.Sc Psychology course provides quality professional knowledge to the students in the field of psychology. This course also focuses on theoretical approaches, the fundamentals of psychological research, and practical application of the same through periodical internships. Apart from any other course this course is also helpful for the students for their self-management and to maintain a better social relationship using psychological applications in day to day life.

Programmed Educational Objective (PEO)

 

PEO-1

Proficiency in psychology. The students should have knowledge and skills about mind, brain, and behavior. They should also have a detailed understanding of theories and concepts of psychology which acts as a basis for understanding human behavior.
 

PEO-2

 

Professional Growth. The students should be able to formulate a case, identify the problem and its associated intervention in clinical, counseling, and industrial setting.

PEO-3 Research Proficiency in psychology: The students should be able to do research in the area of psychology to formulate new concepts and theories and also to develop psychological tools to carry out research in order to come up with a new understanding in the field of psychology.
PEO-4 Management Skills: The student should able to understand and manage their emotions and as well as others in order to provide professional expertise for the people who are in need of psychological assistance.
Program Outcomes (PO)
PO-1 Ability to gain knowledge in theoretical approaches in the subfields of psychology.
PO-2 Ability to gain knowledge in social psychology to understand the social factors influence human behavior and their cognitive process.
PO-3 Ability to gain knowledge in the area of developmental psychology to understand developmental problems.
PO-4 Ability to gain knowledge about the application of psychology in an industrial setting.
PO-5 Ability to conduct a psychological experiments to understand the psychological components.
PO-6 Ability to identify the problem, formulate case and its associated intervention in the area of clinical, counseling, educational, and industrial settings.
PO-7 Ability to perform quantitative and qualitative research using statistical software to analyze data
PO-8 Ability to Design, implement, analyze and communicate independent and group project work

Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

PSO-1. To understand the concept through theories and fundamental aspects of psychology.
PSO-2. To identify and think about the various psychological problems.
PSO-3. To gain knowledge in basic skills of psychological assessments.
PSO-4. To develop research-oriented skills.
PSO-5. To be able to identify and study, mental health and social needs of the community.

BSC PSYCHOLOGY COURSE OUTCOME:

CO 1: Ability to develop a critical understanding of psychology and apply psychology principles to person social and also at organizational.

CO 2: Ability to develop knowledge about psychology in organizational sectors.

CO 3: Ability to develop one’s own attitude, self-esteem, and self-evaluation.

CO 4: To acquire knowledge about emotional development

CO 5: To acquire knowledge about various disabilities and treatment

CO 6: Ability to understand various approaches and assessments.

CO 7: Ability to perform quantitative and qualitative research using statistical software to analyses data.

Subject Description
General Psychology I This course introduces the study of the Basic Psychological Process and gives an understanding of the field of Psychology. The aim is to enable the students to know the key concepts and apply theories and research methods in psychology.
Developmental Psychology –I The branch of Psychology seeks to provide a general introduction to developmental concepts, theories, and applications. The aim is to enable the students to know the key concepts and application theories, and research methods in life span development, to explore some of the factors that affect us throughout our lives.

 

General Psychology-II This course introduces the study of Basic Psychological Process and gives an understanding of the field of Psychology. The aim is to enable the students to know the key concepts and apply theories and research methods in psychology.
Developmental Psychology II This branch of Psychology seeks to provide a general introduction to developmental concepts, theories, and applications. This paper enables the students to know the key concepts and apply theories and research methods from life span development till death and to explore some of the factors that affect us throughout our lives.
Abnormal Psychology  -I This paper describes, predict, explain, and change abnormal patterns of functioning. It also explains the nature of psychopathology and its causes. This knowledge is applied in clinical psychology in treating patients with a psychological disorders.
Social Psychology I This paper provides an introduction to the field of social psychology which focuses on the perception, feelings, and behavior of individuals and groups within a social context.
Experimental Psychology I To Measure suggestibility and accuracy of reporting the individual and determine the factors that influence an individual’s chain of thought.
Abnormal Psychology-II This paper describes, predict, explain, and change abnormal patterns of functioning. It also explains the nature of psychopathology and its causes. This knowledge is applied in clinical psychology to treat patients with psychological disorders.
Social Psychology II This course includes individual and group work to facilitate awareness, understanding, and application of social psychological principles and concepts, the theory, and research on the social factors that influence individual and group behavior.
Core Practical II SPSS This course introduces the concept of the application of statistical tools on industrial, clinical, social, and school environments to study and analyze.
Industrial Psychology-I This paper will provide the knowledge of industrial psychology with its nature and scope and also deals with job analysis, recruitment, selection and job satisfaction. The process of training and performance appraisal was also included for a better understanding of psychological practice in industries.
Industrial Psychology -II This paper presents an overview of psychological theories, principles, and research surroundings the reciprocal influence of individuals on organizations and vice versa. It includes an introduction in the field of personnel psychology as well as topics relevant to human behavior and attitudes in organizations.
Theories of personality This  paper provides an introduction about theories of personality and  psychological patterns of behavior, thought, and emotion     
Health

Psychology

This paper aims to teach the students the concept of health and the role of psychology in health.
Rehabilitation Psychology Rehabilitation Psychology aimed at maximizing the independence, functional status, health, and social participation of individuals with disabilities and chronic health conditions.
Introduction to Career Guidance and Counseling This course is an introduction to the field of Counseling and Guidance. It is aimed to train in counseling or psychotherapy and as a self-standing opportunity for students to know about the discipline.
Indian Psychology This paper provides the introduction about Yoga Psychology, as a conservative perform, has evolved to embody both the empirical and non-empirical view of psychology.
Research Methodology Research Methodology is a branch of psychology that deals with the study of various psychological research. This paper aims to create interest in the utility of research, statistical techniques for data analysis, and report writing.
Psychological Statistics This course introduces the application of statistical tools in industrial and environmental studies and analyses. It enables the students to learn statistical methods and their applications in psychology. The course gives knowledge about dependent variables, independent variables, organization of data, measures of variables, and tests.
Organizational behavior This paper will provide the knowledge of organizational behavior (OB) is the study of human behavior in organizational settings, the interface between human behavior and the organization, and the organization itself.
Educational Psychology This paper provides a general introduction to educational psychology, theories, and application. To enable the students to know the key concepts and application theories, and research methods in the field of education and the use of various tests in the field of education.
Consumer Psychology Consumer psychology will help the students to understand the processes used by clients and customers to select, purchase, use, and discard products and services. Students also can learn how it works in the business world to improve their products, services, and marketing strategies in order to bolster sales.
Biological Basis of Behavior This branch of Psychology seeks to provide a general introduction about essential fundamental Physiological processes underlying psychological events. The goal is to enable the students to know the key concepts and research methods and how the various physiological changes affect behavior. The course seeks to give comprehensive knowledge about the nervous system and the endocrine system.
Counseling psychology This course is an introduction to the field of counseling. It is aimed both as a way-in to train in counseling or psychotherapy and as a self-standing opportunity for people wanting to know about the discipline. This course provides the basic theories and practice in counseling and to develop good listening and responding skills to gain self-awareness.
Sports psychology This paper provides a greater understanding of the psychological processes of individual athletes and team dynamics to enhance sporting performance.
Entrepreneur Development To build the necessary competencies and creativity and prepare them to undertake entrepreneurship as a desirable and feasible career option.
Environmental Psychology This paper provides an introduction to environmental psychology. This course discusses research methods, ecology, and development, crowding, environmental psychology, and community.
Positive psychology To introduce the students to the concepts in positive psychology. To sensitize them to the importance of this subject in the contemporary world.
Behaviour Modification This paper provides an introduction to human behavior and how behavior can be changed or treated. This course discusses the reinforcement theory and how those techniques can be applied to positively or negatively affect human behavior.
Forensic psychology This paper provides a general introduction to forensic science. The aim is to enable the students to know the key concepts of various forensic laboratories, methods of investigation, types of courts, and investigation methods.
Psychology and Gender Issues This paper introduces the concept of gender and gender stereotypes. It enables the student to a better understanding of the problem and identity issues faced by women.
Human Resource Management To enable the students to acquire knowledge of Human Resource Management. On successful completion of this course, the students should have to understand the functions of HRM, Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection, Performance Appraisal, Training, and Development, etc.
Community Psychology This subject could improve knowledge in community Psychology which focused on social issues, social institutions, and other settings that influence individuals, groups, and organizations.
Psychology for effective living This paper aims to improve the knowledge of students inPsychology for Effective Living emphasis the application of psychological research and theories to the development of social skills and personal adjustments as well as practical approaches to problems of personal development and social relationships.
Stress management This paper could help students to gain knowledge in the nature of stress, its consequences, and different kinds of stress management techniques.
Specific Learning Disability This paper aims the students to equip with the skills related to special education.
Industrial Relations and Labor Welfare

 

This course brings about the basic concepts and scope of industrial relations. Students learn about the importance and different types of labor welfare measures.
Marketing and Consumer Behaviour This paper provides the knowledge of major theories and research findings in the area of marketing and consumer behavior. This paper also provides the knowledge of the marketing environment and the consumer decision-making process.
Psychotherapy This subject improves the students’ knowledge of important theories in psychology as well as their psychotherapeutic applications.
Therapeutic techniques in counseling This paper provides psychotherapy that improves an individual’s well-being and mental health, to resolve or mitigate troublesome behaviors, beliefs, compulsions, thoughts, or emotions, to improve relationships and social skills.

Aspirants who have successfully completed their training in psychology can make their mark and pursue a career as a psychologist in the following branches of psychology.

  • Clinical psychology
  • Developmental psychology
  • Counseling psychology
  • Health psychology
  • Training and research
  • Sports psychology
  • Industrial psychologist
  • Creation worker
  • Career counselor
  • Child care worker
  • Development psychologist
  • Military psychologist
  • Correctional counselor
  • Educational counselor
  • Social worker
  • Investigation agent