Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Applied Psychology

Applied Psychology assists in gaining knowledge and understanding of key areas of Developmental, Abnormal, Social, Cognitive, and Counseling psychologies, as well as Behavior Modification, Research Methods and more. Candidates develop practical research, analytical and reporting skills, which make it an appropriate foundation for research within an area of Applied Psychology. It also develops a critical understanding of the various techniques and statistical methods appropriate to the study of psychology. 

Required Credit Hours: minimum hours

Career Options


Join research projects within organizations facilitating data collection, entry and analysis, and reporting research findings

Entry Requirements


Minimum 50% aggregate in class X & XII. The medium of instruction is English; therefore, students will need to meet specific English proficiency requirements