Program Offering:


Psychology is a remarkably diverse and far-reaching field. The Bachelor of Science in Psychology is designed to provide an overview of the many areas of the field, with an emphasis on the scientific nature of psychology. The comprehensive curriculum provides students with an in-depth understanding of the principles of behavior and the scientific methods used to derive those principles. The curriculum covers the discipline from academic and applied perspectives.



    ♦  Lecturer

    ♦  Medical Researcher

    ♦  Career Counselor

    ♦  Psychiatric Technician

    ♦  Rehabilitation Specialist

    ♦  Case Manager

Study Scheme

1st Semester

  • English – I (Compulsory)
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Pakistan Studies (Compulsory)
  • Introduction to Mathematics (Compulsory)
  • Computer Studies (Compulsory)

2nd Semester

  • English – II (Compulsory)
  • History and Systems of Psychology
  • Islamic Education (Compulsory)
  • Introduction to Statistics (Compulsory)
  • Everyday Science

3rd Semester

  • Communication Skills – I (Compulsory)
  • Sports Psychology
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Introduction to Biology – I
  • Introduction to Management

4th Semester

  • Communication Skills – II (Compulsory)
  • Social Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Introduction to Biology – II
  • Introduction to Human Rights

5th Semester

  • Introduction to Research Methodology
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • Computer Applications in Psychology
  • Principles of Psychological Assessment
  • Fundamental Statistics in Psychology
  • Historical Perspectives in Abnormal Psychology

6th Semester

  • Advance Research Methodology
  • Neurological Basis of Behavior
  • Applications of Statistics in Psychology
  • Applications of Psychological
  • Personality Psychology Assessment
  • Psychopathology

7th Semester

  • Clinical Psychology
  • Neurological Dysfunctions
  • Health Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Gender Issues in Psychology
  • Project (Compulsory)

8th Semester

  • Counseling Psychology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Psychology of Advertising & Marketing Research    OR
  • Project (Compulsory)