Psychology Academic Modules

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Undergraduate studies
1. BPsych degree

PSYC 201: Research Methodology, Psychological Assessment & Developmental Psychology (Child)
PSYC 202: Social Psychology, Theories of Personality and Neuropsychology
PSYC 221:    Psychometric Practice Skills & Child Psychopathology
PSYC 222:    Scientific Writing & Human Development Practice Skills
  Elective 201 and 202
  Elective 201 and 202
PSYC 301: Research Methodology II, Community Psychology & Child and Adult Psychopathology
PSYC 302: Behavioral Statistics, Therapeutic Psychology & Developmental Psychology (Adolescent and Adulthood)
PSYC 311: Applied Community Psychology
PSYC 322: Adult psychopathology & Therapeutic Practice Skills
  Elective 301 and 302
PSYC 411: Psychology Ethics & Counseling Practice Skills
PSYC 412: Trauma Counseling Theory & Applied Trauma counseling
PSYC 413: Research dissertation & Assessment Practice Skills
PSYC 421: Internship

2. Bachelor of Arts degree modules (Psychology - General stream):
PSYC 101:    Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 102:    Cognitive and Health Psychology
PSYC 201:    Research Methodology, Psychological Assessment & Developmental Psychology (Child)
PSYC 202:    Social Psychology, Theories of Personality and Neuropsychology
PSYC 221:    Psychometric Practice & Child Pathology
PSYC 222:    Scientific Writing and Human Developmental Practice Skills
PSYC 301:    Research Methodology II, Community Psychology & Child and Adult Psychopathology
PSYC 302:    Behavioral Statistics, Therapeutic Psychology & Developmental Psychology (Adolescent and Adulthood)

Postgraduate studies
At postgraduate level, the Department offers students an opportunity to pursue an Honours degree, a Masters degree or a PhD in psychology

Honours degree

PSYC 701:    Research Methodology and Statistics

PSYC 702:    Psychometrics and Psychodiagnostics

PSYC 703:    Psychopathology
PSYC 703:    Child Psychopathology
PSYC 704:    Developmental Psychology & Community Psychology
PSYC 705:    Neuropsychology
PSYC 706:    Clinical Psychology
Masters degree in Clinical Psychology
PSYC 801:    Adult Psychopathology & Child Psychopathology       
PSYC 802:    Advanced Psychometrics & Psychodiagnostics
PSYC 803:    Individual therapies & Interviewing skills & Family and Group therapies
PSYC 804:    Neuropsychology & Psychopharmacology
PSYC 805:    Community Psychology & Applied Community Health, HIV/AIDS & Trauma
PSYC 806     Professional Issues/Ethics in Psychology
                        Oral Examination (End of year one)
                        Practicals