ABOUT B.A (HONS) IN PSYCHOLOGY
B.A ( Hons) in psychology course is one of the unique course in B.A Hons courses.
Nowadays, the demand for this course arises in different universities even in DU because this course is something that deals with the study of human behavior.
Being an honors course, it demands a clear understanding of every concept, although there is the requirement of complete attention and a disciplined way of study.
Delhi University has proper infrastructure and faculty, even for Master in psychology as well. It deals with theories, concepts, tactics, and strategies that apply to human behavior. The aim is to explore student’s minds in the way to apply scientific knowledge in a practical world.
Candidates who have acquired Intermediate or 10+2 or an equivalent examination with a minimum of 60% marks in any stream from a recognized board are eligible for the BA Hons Psychology course.
There will be a deduction of 2.5 marks if you had not studied psychology at the 10+2 level.
TOPIC EXPLORE –
- Cognitive psychology
- Child Development
- Personality theory
TOP COLLEGES FOR B.A HONS IN PSYCHOLOGY.
- LADY SHRI RAM COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
- JESUS AND MARY COLLEGE
- INDRAPRASTHA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
- DAULT RAM COLLEGE
- KAMLA NEHRU COLLEGE
- GARGI COLLEGE
There are not any specific societies for psychology Hons students, although every college has its departmental societies for the department. You guys can take part in departmental-level workshops.
Apart from this, there are many societies, interested students can take participate in societies.
Also, read – B.COM (HONS) complete information
ELECTIVE: DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC DSE (ANY 4) (2 IN SEMESTER- V AND 2 IN SEMESTER-VI):
DSE-PSY-01: Positive Psychology (Theory+ Practical)
2: Human Resource Management (Theory+ Practical)
3: Health Psychology (Theory+ Practical)
4: Community Psychology (Theory+ Practical)
5: Cultural and Indigenous Psychology (Theory+ Practical)
6: Project/Dissertation (VI Semester)
7 Psychological Perspective in Education (Theory+ Practical)
8: Psychology of Disability (Theory+ Practical)
9: Psychology of Peace (Theory+ Practical)
ELECTIVE: GENERIC (GE) (ANY 4, 1 EACH IN SEMESTER I, II, III, AND IV):
GE-PSY-01: General Psychology (Theory+ Tutorial)
2: Youth, Gender, and Identity (Theory+ Tutorial)
3: Psychology for Health and Well-being (Theory+ Tutorial)
4: Psychology at Work (Theory+ Tutorial)
5: Psychology and Media (Theory+ Tutorial)
6: Inter-group Relations (Theory+ Tutorial)
7: Youth Psychology (Theory+ Tutorial)
ABILITY ENHANCEMENT ELECTIVE COURSE (AEEC) (SKILL-BASED) (ANY 2: 1 IN
SEMESTER III AND 1 IN SEMESTER IV):
AEEC-PSY-01: Emotional Intelligence (Theory+ Tutorial)
2: Stress Management (Theory+ Tutorial)
3: Effective Decision Making (Theory+ Tutorial)
4: Educational Psychology (Theory+ Tutorial)
5: Selection and Training (Theory+ Tutorial)
6: Personal Growth and Development (Theory+ Tutorial)
7: Psychological Skills in an organization (Theory+ Tutorial)
- Child psychologists
- Psychological researcher
- Psychological Instructor
- Content Writer
- Civil services
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