B.Sc in Psychology
B.Sc in Psychology
Scholars can understand the human brain, neural networks and feelings. Students can work as a therapist..
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Psychology scholars can understand the human brain, neural networks, and feelings and students can work as a therapist in hospitals and child guidance centers. Mental related issues like stress are increasing, so it is a great job opportunity. It also involves the study of conflicts, motivation, nature of mind, and many other things that are related to mental health.
The course has been designed to help the learners dive deeply into the study of the mind and its various functions. It entails the study of working of mind processes, motives, conflict resolutions, feelings, reactions, crisis management, motivation, group thinking, and nature of the mind. Psychological understanding and applications play an important role in the functioning of many fields today. The students get the ability to work with different age groups and sections of the society such as children, married couples, and elderly people.
The admission into the course is based on the score of the students in the 10+2 examination as well as performance in an entrance exam. The successful pupils of the course interested in pursuing further studies may opt for a Masters in Psychology, or later, P.hD in the same subjects. The average salary starts from 1.5 lakh to 3.0 lakh.
The students who complete the course successfully are hired in capacities such as Neuropsychologist, Health Educator, Forensic Psychologist, Industrial Psychologist, Recreation Worker, Public Statistician, School Psychologist, Research Psychologist, Social Worker, Caregiver, Psychiatric Technician, Child Care Worker, Career Employment Specialist, Rehabilitation Specialist, Day-care center Supervisor, Counselling Psychologist, Development Psychologist, and many more.