Department

Psychology

Level

Undergraduate

Colleges

College of Economics & Social Development

Course Detail

Courses included in the program; offer an opportunity to learn about the subject, conventionally, and to see how these notions /theories /models work in the social ecology. Courses like; Psychological crises management; Forensic psychology; Psychology of diversity; Human promotion in corporate settings; Cyber psychology, behavior, and social networking; Work motivation and attitude; Projective methods; Health psychology; Consumer psychology – are phenomenal in imparting knowledge [along with conventional courses] and developing understanding to incorporate the learned ideas in the living situations.

This four years program requires the completion of 129 credit hours of course-work [43 courses]. Student can take a minimum load of 12 credit hours (4 courses per semester) or a maximum load of 18 credit hours (6 courses per semester).

Entry Requirement: HSSC /F.Sc /FA /A level

Learning Outcome
Learning psychology is always fascinating. This program is designed to make the learner experience more exhilarating. The most important aspect of the program is its concurrence which makes it possible for the student to see how things; learned in classrooms or labs; are inculcated in day-to-day life. Understanding self and others is an intriguing idea. This will be acquired by state of art teaching and facilitating methods; lectures, discussion and debate, situational judgments, research assignments, reviewing movies to explore the social phenomena and the role of self, and social observations.
Understanding self and others

Career Path
Social or Community Service Manager
Training & Development Manager
Writer
Advertising copywriter
Content marketer
Market research analyst
Social media strategist
Afterschool programs
Childcare services
College and career counseling
 

LAN 10* Foreign Language I
LAN 20**Foreign Language II
*1 = Introduction to Arabic *2 = Introduction to French
*4 = Introduction to German *6 = Introduction to Italian
 *8 = Introduction to Chinese
**1 = Intermediate Arabic **2 = Intermediate French
**4 = Intermediate German **6 = Intermediate Italian
**8 = Intermediate Chinese

COM202           Business and Professional Speech
COM205           Persuasive & Analytical Writing for Business Communication
COM107           Academic English
MTH102           Business Mathematics      
STA104             Quantitative Techniques in Business
SSC104             Principles of Sociology
SSC401             Business Ethics   
BED101            General Science
SSC202             Environmental Studies
PSC301             Pakistan Studies
REL101             Islamic Studies

MTH 100 Basic Mathematics ***
COM100 Foundation English***
(*** Remedial non-credit course to be taken by those students who have not been able to reach the desired level of competence in the
admission test.)

PSY300

Introduction to Psychology

PSY316

Physiological psychology

PSY303

Introduction to Psychological Testing

PSY317

Personality psychology

PSY304

Experimental Psychology

PSY318

Cognitive Psychology

PSY305

Contemporary Social Psychology

PSY319

Clinical Psychology

PSY306

Understanding Individual: Personal Construct

PSY320

Health Psychology

PSY308

Psychological Aspects of Advertising

PSY321

Psychology of Education

PSY309

Developmental Psychology

PSY322

Cross-cultural Psychology

PSY310

Positive Psychology

PSY323

Project Practicum

PSY311

Consumer Psychology

PSY324

Fundamentals of Psychological Counselling

PSY313

History of Psychology

PSY325

Research Methods in Psychology

PSY314

Psychopathology

PSY326

Organizational Psychology

PSY315

Statistics in Psychology

PSY327

Writing Psychological Research

PSY501

Work Motivation and Attitude

PSY515

Projective Methods

PSY507

Cyber Psychology, Behavior, and Social Networking

PSY508

Health Promotion in Corporate Setting

PSY502

School Psychology

PSY503

Psychology of Diversity

PSY504

Forensic Psychology

PSY505

Psychological Crisis Management

Semester One

Semester Two

Semester Three

Academic English

Quantitative Techniques in Business

Persuasive and Analytical Writing for Business Communication

Business and Professional Speech

Foreign Language I

Environmental Studies

Introduction to Psychology

History of Psychology

Pakistan Studies

Principles of Sociology

Research Methods in Psychology

Writing Psychological Research

Islamic Studies

General Science

Foreign Language II

Business Mathematics

Physiological psychology

Business Ethics

     

Semester Four

Semester Five

Semester Six

Developmental Psychology

Experimental Psychology

Consumer Psychology

Introduction to Psychological Testing

Cognitive Psychology

Understanding Individual: Personal Construct

Contemporary Social Psychology

Psychological Aspects of Advertising

Psychopathology

Personality psychology

Positive Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Psychology of Education

Organizational Psychology

Fundamentals of Psychological Counselling

Statistics in psychology

Health Psychology

Cross-cultural Psychology

     
     

Semester Seven

Semester Eight

 

Project Practicum

Internship (non-credit)

 

Elective I

Elective IV

 

Elective II

Elective V

 

Elective III

Elective VI

 

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