TITLE OF THE COURSE
At the end of the course the student will be able to:
I and II Semester
PSY 1.1 and 2.1: BASIC
- The first and second semesters are introductory by nature,
- Will have an introduction to basic theories, purposeful research, and meaningful
III and IV Semester
PSY 3.1 and 4.1:
- Recognize the patterns of growth and change occurring throughout life.
- Explain the interaction between biologically predetermined patterns of behavior and the ever-changing, dynamic environment, across one’s life span.
PSY 5.1 and 6.1:
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (core)
- Understand the various types of psychological disorders, as classified by mental-health practitioners.
- Evaluate one’s own behavior and, if necessary, comprehend the possibilities of altering the causal factors.
- Extend a helping hand to those who may need some assistance in maneuvering their lives.
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (Elective)
- Recognize the diversity in society and the discipline’s concerns and contributions to cultural, ethnic, gender, intra-personal and inter-personal relationships, and health issues.
INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANISATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (Elective)
- Describe the dynamics of how people work as individuals, and as teammates.
- Critically view the processes of adaption to corporate change, downsizing, and advanced global competition.
- Implement their knowledge of Psychology in understanding motivation, job satisfaction, leadership skills, and conflict resolution
COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY (Elective)
- Equip oneself and assist others in a total program of good mental health, which includes alleviation of psychological pain, stress and feelings of hopelessness.
- Recognize the differences in people and meet the demands of life with equanimity and courage.