BA (Honours) Psychology programme at Don Bosco University helps the students understand human behavior, how human beings reason, react and relate, how people behave the way they do, and the different ways that human beings communicate in relationships. The programme covers focussed study on people’s motivations, thought processes and interactions.

This Course also prepares the students for higher studies in Psychology while also preparing them for a variety of career options such as psychological counsellors, clinical psychologists, forensic psychologists, diverse areas of caregiving services, community services, marketing and teaching.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Passed Higher Secondary School Leaving Examination (or equivalent) in any stream with 50% in the aggregate.

Number of Seats

60 seats each

Location

Tapesia Campus

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  • English Communication
Semester I
Introduction to Psychology
Biopsychology
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)- I
Generic Elective (GE) Course - I (any one)
  • Introductory Micro Economics
  • Guidance and Counselling in Education
  • Academic Writing and Composition
  • Basics of Journalism
  • Environmental Studies
Semester II
Psychology of Individual Differences
Statistical Methods for Psychological Research -I
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)- II
Generic Elective (GE) Course - II (any one)
  • Introductory Macro Economics
  • Media and Communication Skills
  • Gender Education
  • Introduction to Computer Application
Semester III
Psychological Research
Development of Psychological Thought
Social Psychology
Skill Enhancement Course - I
Generic Elective (GE) Course - III (any one)
  • Indian Economy I
  • Population Education
  • Language and Linguistics
  • Basics of Photography
Semester IV
Statistical Methods for Psychological Research -II
Developmental Psychology
Applied Social Psychology
Skill Enhancement Course - II
Generic Elective (GE) Course - IV (any one)
  • Indian Economy II
  • Language, Literature and Culture
  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Mobile Communication
Semester V
Understanding Psychological Disorders
Organizational Behaviour
Discipline Specific Elective- I & II (Choose any two)
  • Positive Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Human Resource Management
Semester VI
Understanding and Dealing with Psychological Disorders
Counselling Psychology
Discipline Specific Elective- III & IV (Choose any two)
  • Community Psychology
  • Cultural and Indigenous Psychology
  • Project/Dissertation
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