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Bachelor in Psychology

Bachelor in Psychology

Students with a desire to understand human behavior and help others overcome challenges may find themselves interested in a psychology degree.These programs teach students how to evaluate and create treatment plans for those dealing with issues such as family problems, substance abuse, stress, depression, and much more.A bachelor’s degree in psychology is also a strong foundation if you choose to earn your master’s or doctorate later on.

Though they may have similarities, a bachelor’s in psychology is different from the degrees for fields such as social work, human service and other related areas. Each field has its own distinct focus and methodology. For example, students in social work will study how to identify the services that individuals need, while a psychology degree teaches you to act as one of those specific services.

A degree in psychology is also different from a degree in psychiatry.Psychologists focus on the emotional and mental suffering of patients while providing behavioral intervention.Psychiatrists attend medical school and work to identify and monitor patient treatment plans through medication.

Course Duration

3 Years

Eligibility Criteria

The basic eligibility for pursuing this course is 10+2 qualification. The student should have passed 10+2 with a minimum of at least 50% marks from a recognized educational Board

Syllabus :

Syllabus of Bachelor in Psychology

Career Opportunities:

Welfare Organizations

Hospitals

NGOs

Child/Youth Guidance Centers

Research Establishments

Rehabilitation Centers

Corporate Sector

Hospitality