Academic Careers

Typically, in Under Graduation one will not specialize in a particular area at this level. Psychology will be studied in combination with subjects such as Economics/ Marketing/ Women studies/ Journalism though as one pursues his/her undergraduate degree, one will be exposed to ideas from the history of psychology.

One's area of specialization becomes much more important if you elect to attend Post Graduation program in Psychology. One will probably specialize in one of the areas presented below.

• Psychology
• Child Guidance
• Organizational/Industrial
   Psychology
• Educational Counseling
• Organizational/Industrial
   Counselling
• Marriage and Family Counselling




Students to the next stage of the academic tenure wanting to pursue a Doctorate - get research oriented and seek a chance rather take full advantage of a variety of interdisciplinary concentrations. One can super specialize in the following areas for more concrete and focused contribution to the subject.

• Adolescence and Youth
• Ageing
• AIDS Intervention or Research
• Animal Cognition
• Applied Developmental
• Applied Social
• Art Therapy
• Behavior Therapy
• Behavioral Genetics
• Behavioral Medicine
• Behavioral Neuroscience
• Behavioral Science-Applied
• Child Psychopathology
• Clinical
• Clinical Neuropsychology
• Clinical Respecialization
• Clinical Child
• Clinical Community
• Clinical School
• College Counselling
• Counselling and Guidance
• Counselling Psychology
• Counselling Marriage and Family
• Counselling Vocational
• Early Childhood Education and
  Development
• Forensic
• Health Psychology
• Psycholinguistics
• Psychology of Women
• Psychopharmacology
• Psychotherapy and
  Psychoanalysis
• Rehabilitation
• Research Methodology
• Special Education
• Sports
The Placement Committee has been training students and providing them with opportunities to get placed in organization as they are on their academic projects & internships.

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• B.A. Psychology, Marketing,
  Economics)

• B.A. (Psychology, Journalism,
  Women Studies)

• B.A. (Psychology, Journalism,
  Optional English)


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• M.Sc.(Psychology)
• M.Sc.(Psychological
  Counselling)

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