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BS Applied Psychology

 
Department
Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities

Objectives:

The basic intension behind all the disciplines that department of psychology Riphah Faisalabad offers is:

1. To produce fully equipped and trained psychologists those are capable of advancing the knowledge of psychology in their respective fields.

2. To prepare professionals those are capable of introducing and implementing complete applications of the knowledge of psychology in the society where and when needed.

3. To develop a blend of western knowledge and eastern mind that is capable of managing internationalism with Pakistani feel

4. To put an attempt to locate the much ignored international talent in Pakistan and to groom him/her as par his/her potential.

 

COURSE FACTS

Study Level

Study Mode

Program Length

Credit Hours

Intake

Class Timings

Undergraduate

Full Time

4 Years (8 Semesters)

142

Fall & Spring

Weekdays Morning

ENTRY TO BS APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

Eligibility

Selection Criteria

Scholarships

Application

45% marks in Intermediate ,

DAE or Equivalent qualification

Academic Qualification: 30%
Test/Interview: 70%

Need & Merit Based upto 100%

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Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
Semester 6
Semester 7
Semester 8
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-100 English I 3
APsy-101 Introduction to Psychology-I 3
APsy-102 History of Psychology 3
APsy-103 Life and Living-I 2
APsy-104 Practicum-I 2
APsy-105 Minor I(Statistics-I/Sociology-I/Economics-I/Social Work-I) 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-106 English II 3
APsy-107 Introduction to Psychology-II 3
APsy-108 School of Psychology 3
APsy-109 Life and Living-II 2
APsy-110 Practicum-II 2
APsy-111 Minor-II(Statistics-II/Sociology-II/Economics-II/Social Work-II) 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-200 Revealed Sciences-I 2
APsy-201 Communication Skills-I 3
APsy-202 Educational Psychology 3
APsy-203 Ethics in Psychology 3
APsy-204 Experimental Psychology-I 3
APsy-205 Minor-II(Math-I/Biology-I/CS-I, Mass Com-I, Philosophy-I) + (Languages-I) 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-206 Revealed Sciences-II 2
APsy-207 Communication Skills-II 3
APsy-208 Community Psychology 3
APsy-209 Introduction to Social Psychology 3
APsy-210 Experimental Psychology-II 3
APsy-211 Minor-I(Statistics-II/Sociology-II/Economics-II/Social Work-II) 3
  Minor-II(Math-II/Biology-II/CS-II, Mass Com-II, Philosophy-II) + (Languages-II)  
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-300 Professional Ethics-I 2
APsy-301 Personality Theories-I 3
APsy-409 Psychopathology-I 3
APsy-402 Statistics in Psychology-I 3
APsy-407 Research Methodology-I 3
APsy-408 Psychological Testing-I 3
APsy-410 Developmental Psychology 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-302 Professional Ethics-II 2
APsy-416 Research Methods-II 3
APsy-303 Applied Statistics-II 3
APsy-304 Personality Theories-II 3
APsy-305 Psychological Testing-II 3
APsy-412 Psychopathology-II 3
APsy-413 Neurological Bases of Behavior 3
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-415 Counselling Psychology 3
APsy-404 Social Psychology 3
APsy-424 Forensic Psychology 3
APsy-434 Cognitive Psychology 3
APsy-435 Motivation 3
APsy-436 Cross Cultural Psychology 3
APsy-427 Psychology of HRM 3
APsy-437 Environmental Psychology 3
APsy-430 Peace Psychology 3
APsy-438 Consumer Psychology 3
  Note: Two Courses from above list as optional subject. The optional courses shall be offered according to the availablity of faculty and other resources.  
Course Code Name Credit Hours
APsy-414 Clinical Psychology 3
APsy-421 Clinial Psychology Internship 3
APsy-417 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3
APsy-411 Computer Usage and SPSS 3
APsy-425 Thesis 3
APsy-406 Muslim Psychology 3
APsy-405 Health Psychology 3
APsy-433 Parapsychology 3
APsy-423 Positive Psychology 3
APsy-432 Sports Psychology 3
APsy-439 Leadership in Organization 3
APsy-440 Behavioral Analysis and Management 3
  Note: Two Courses from above list as optional subject. The optional courses shall be offered according to the availablity of faculty and other resources.  
Social science tells us about the world beyond our immediate experience, and can help explain how our own society works – from the causes of unemployment or what helps economic growth, to how and why people vote, or what makes people happy. It provides vital information for governments and policymakers, local authorities, non-governmental organisations and others.