The MS in Clinical Psychology aims to prepare Clinical Psychologists to work in the area of mental health in clinical settings. The goal of the program is to train skilled and effective clinical psychologists who are well versed in the ethics of the profession. The program offers courses to enhance the knowledge and understanding of psychopathology, diagnosis and therapeutic interventions for both children and adults. Furthermore, students will develop understanding of the impact of cultural, social and environmental factors that affect mental health and well-being. In addition to the coursework students are required to attend seminars, workshops, lectures and discussion forums arranged by the department. Students are required to do their internship in clinical settings for both adult and child psychology and complete a research project in the domain of clinical psychology. This is a full time program.
|Sr. No.||Course Type||Course Title||Cr. Hrs.|
|2||Major||Psychopathology & Assessment – Child||3|
|3||Major||Therapeutic Intervention – Child||3|
|4||Major||Data Analysis & Statistics||3|
|5||Major||Psychopathology & Assessment – Adult||3|
|6||Major||Therapeutic Intervention – Adult||3|
|7||Major||Legal & Ethical Issues||3|
|10||Major||Elective – I||3|
|Total Degree Credit Hours||38|
|Sr. No.||List of Elective courses|
|3||Disaster & Trauma Management|
An M.Phil candidate who has completed her course work with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 must present and pass the oral proposal defense examination before she is allowed to carry out her Masters research. On passing the thesis proposal defense the student must carry out a research study which is described in a thesis. She must successfully defend the completed work in an oral examination involving a presentation and question answer session in the presence of an external examiner.