The Applied Psychology department envisions to provide students with a well-rounded knowledge base and application in the domains of Applied Psychology. It aims to prepare women for higher studies as well as professional career.
The mission of the department is to provide access to an education that is holistic, of quality and relevant to the context and time. The curriculum is designed to introduce students to the theories of psychology and their application.
The B.Sc. programs focus on experiential teaching so students can relate the concepts to practice. Students are required to conduct a research project under the supervision of a faculty. The experience of conducting the research and writing the research report hones students’ research skills.
The internships and placements enhance learning and experience in the field of clinical psychology. The program intends to prepare students for professional life, for graduate and postgraduate studies, and to be active citizens
This curriculum is specially designed to introduce students to theories of psychology, procedures and practices in the fields of child psychology, clinical psychology, counselling and guidance, educational psychology, industrial psychology and Human Resource Management. It also enables the students to become proficient in Psychological Testing and Measurement, in using the computer for applications in psychology and to conduct research. The aim is to prepare students for professional life, to contribute effectively in reducing ethnicity, prejudice and sectarianism and facilitate the development of positivity and tolerance so as to create a better society and to gain an insight into oneself so as to become a better human being. The students are prepared to pursue lifelong learning and personal enrichment as well as to enter the work force with confidence.
Degree Requirements for B.Sc. Honors in Applied Psychology 4 years program
To receive B.Sc. Honors in Applied Psychology degree, a student must complete a total of 131 credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.50.
|Sr. No.||Course Type||Course Title||Cr. Hrs.|
|1||Major||Introduction to Psychology & Practicum||4|
|2||Major||Schools of Psychology||3|
|3||Core||English – I||3|
|4||Core||Introduction to Computers||3|
|5||General||General – I||3|
|2||Major||Ethics in Psychology||3|
|4||Core||English – II||3|
|6||Core||Islamic Studies / Core Ethics||2|
|5||Core||English – III||3|
|6||General||General – II||3|
|4||Major||Statistics in Psychology||3|
|5||Major||Data Analysis in Psychology (SPSS)||3|
|1||Major||Research Methodology (Quantitative)*||3|
|2||Major||Psychological Assessment and Measurement (I)||3|
|3||Major||Behavior Analysis and Management||3|
|5||General||General – III||3|
|6||General||General – IV||3|
|3||Major||Psychological Assessment and Measurement (II)||3|
|4||Major||Research Methodology (Qualitative)||3|
|6||General||General – V||3|
|2||Major||Cross Cultural Psychology||3|
|4||General||General – VI||3|
Active Citizenship Program
Active Citizenship program offered by Kinnaird College in collaboration with British Council and HEC is a social leadership training program that promotes intercultural dialogue and community-led social development. It is a mandatory requirement for the completion of undergraduate degree and based on two semesters. All students will study the theoretical portion through different activities starting in their 3rd semester. They will plan their social action projects in 4th semester and implement it in the field.