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B.A. Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology


Earnest about a career studying human behaviour? Willing to engage in counselling or social work? Enthusiastic about interpreting relationships and understanding others? A course in B.A. Psychology can help you understand how our mind works and what it is that drives human behaviour. Read here to get the course details.

Course Name: B.A. Psychology
Group: B.A
Stream: Humanities
Course Category: Philosophy and Psychology
Duration: 3 Years

Overview

In very few words, psychology can be defined as the study of the mind and our body. Psychology is about thoughts, feelings, perceptions and our behaviour. Why we act or respond the way we do, how we remember past events and how we recognise things are all part of studying psychology. In Bachelor of Arts in Psychology the stress is on how to understand relationships and interpret individual behaviour. One gets to experiment and investigate human behaviour to satisfy the natural curiosity about how our mind works. The course can be pursued by students either for direct employment soon after the course or they may pursue it as a foundation for applied programs in psychology and other related post graduate programs in counselling, relationship management and social work.

Eligibility and course duration

Should have passed 10+2 from any stream. The duration of the course is 3 years.


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B.A. Psychology - Colleges & Admission Notifications

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College Name
Abhay Mahavidyalaya, Uttar Pradesh
Acharya Institute of Management & Sciences, Karnataka
Acharya Narendra Deo College, Bihar
Adivasi Arts & Commerce College, Gujarat
Adivasi Seva Sahayyak Sanstha's Arts, Commerce, Science College, Maharashtra
Ahmedabad Commerce College, Gujarat
Allama Iqbal College, Bihar
Ambedkar University Delhi Kashmere Gate Campus, Delhi
Amity University, Rajasthan
Anchalik Science College, Odisha
Anekant Education Society''s Jaysingpur College, Maharashtra
Anjabit Singh College, Bihar
Annasaheb Awate Arts, Commerce & Hutatma Babu Genu Science College, Maharashtra
Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Punjab
Arts Science and Commerce College, Maharashtra
Aska Science College, Odisha
Azad Mahavidyalaya, Uttar Pradesh
B. D. Arts College, Gujarat
B. D. Arts College for Women, Gujarat
B. V. D. Arts and Commerce College, Gujarat
Baba Raghavdas Bhagwandas Degree College, Uttar Pradesh
Balajee Mahavidyalaya, Odisha
Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan
Basudev Sethy Science College, Odisha
Bethune College, West Bengal
Bhadrak Autonomous College, Odisha
Bhadrak Junior College, Odisha
Bharat Prava Technical and Professional Studies, Odisha
Bhavan's College, Maharashtra
Bhavan's R. A. College of Arts Science & Commerce, Gujarat

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More about the course

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology differs from B.Sc. in Psychology in the sense that the former covers the subjects to a comparatively lesser depth. The B.A. course focuses more on social aspects, whereas the B.Sc course focuses on the physical sciences and the clinical part of psychology. Some of the concepts on which this field of study is based upon are perception, attention, emotion, cognition, learning, memory, personality, intelligence and interpersonal relationships. New fields in psychology have come up in recent times and students have to get familiarized with terms like positive psychology, political psychology, business psychology and internet psychology. Through practical demonstrations and workshops, the students come to know of various therapeutical measures in psychology.

Job opportunities

Various career options open up in this field soon after course completion. One can get into various areas of work such as counselling psychology, social work, social psychology, developmental psychology and industrial psychology. Options open up both in the private as well as in the government sector. Many work on their own or connect with consultancies. Psychologists get to work in professions such as teaching, sports, health, media and forensic investigation. They get employment in organizations such as mental rehabilitation centres, special schools and other related institutions. Social organizations like NGOs recruit professionals from this field. Psychologists also find employment in sectors like defence and many industrial units. Once you are done with graduation, plenty of opportunities open up for pursuing postgraduation courses.

B.A. Psychology Admissions for 2020 - 2021 Academic Year

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