The Bachelor of Psychology program provides a basic knowledge and skills required to understand the behavior of both individual and groups, which is necessary to influence the way educators, policy makers and the community surveyor work about mental health and the workings of the human mind. Students incorporate and integrate comprehensive education in basic areas, including development of understanding of social, cognitive, biological and abnormal psychology among individuals. The program teaches the associations between the brain and behavior, the processes that determine speech, create and keep memories or respond to stress. The Bachelor of Psychology programme curriculum focuses on developing an understanding of key theoretical concepts and on practicing skills associated with the areas of assessment and counseling. Practical application of the knowledge and skills will be demonstrated in projects reflected at both the personal and professional level.
The primary aim of The Bachelor of Psychology program is to equip student with contemporary integrative approach towards psychology and its application regarding the psychology as appropriate at undergraduate level. The programme furnishes the students the experience necessary to learn about current practices in the fields of counseling, psychology and its relevance in the current context and the basic principles of scientific research and clinical psychology.
Aims of Bachelor of Psychology are:
• To offer students a solid foundation of core psychological principles and expose them to a broad cross-section of topics within basic and applied psychology
• To help students develop research and communication skills, and attain strong background in psychology as a science.
• To foster critical thinking amongst the students to address evolving issues related to education, work, health-care, and everyday life.
• To provide a solid foundation in modern psychology and diversity of skills to prepare the student for a wide range of careers concerning human behavior and experiences
To provide an understanding and capability to work independently for the management of human resource and personal development for other services
Psychology is concerned with the scientific understanding of human behaviour. It is both an academic discipline and a professional one. After successful completion of this course graduate can take further steps to practice as a professional psychologist or can continue postgraduate studies by working as a researcher by participating in the revolutionary work. They can also work on psychology related to molecular genetics, developmental cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology and brain imaging.
After completion of this course professionals are expected to emerge as,
· Social policy researchers
· Human resources professionals
· Immigration and correctional officers
· Social workers
· Market researchers
· Career development practitioners
· Health promotion officers
Minimum Duration : 40 Months.
Maximum Duration : 72 Months.
|Sl.No.||MQA Subject Code||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||BEL 1003||English I||3|
|2||BPSY1123||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|3||BPSY1133||Community & Mental Health||3|
|4||BPSY1143||Biological Basis of Behavior||3|
|5||MPU 3113/ MPU 3163||Islamic Civilization and Asian Civilization (TITAS)/ Malay Communication 3||3|
|6||MPU 3123/ MPU 3173||Ethnic relations/ Malaysian Studies||3|
|8||BPSY1243||Personality and Psychopathology||3|
|10||BEL 2003||English 2||3|
|12||BTC243||Introduction to Computer||3|
|13||BPSY1323||Motivation & Emotion||3|
|17||MPU3232||Leadership Skills And Human Relations||3|
|18||BPSY2133||Child and Adolescent Psychology||3|
|21||BPSY2223||Health & Psychology||3|
|22||MPU3342||Government And Public Policy Malaysia||3|
|23||BPSY2253||Psychological Sensation & Perception||3|
|27||BPSY3113||Guidance & Counseling I||3|
|28||BPSY3123||Basic Psychological Processes I||3|
|33||BPSY3253||Basic Psychological Process II||3|
|35||BPSY3223||Group Therapy and Family Counseling||3|
|36||BPSY3233||Guidance and Counseling II||3|
|37||BPSY3313||History of Psychology||3|
|38||BPSY3333||Theories of Psychology||3|
Intake and Entry Requirements
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