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BS (Psychology)

BS (Psychology)

Bachelor of Science

(4-year Programs)

The Bachelor of Science (BS) and B.Ed (Hons) Elementary program prepares a student to meet the demanding challenges of the modern workplace. The BS and B.Ed (Hons) Elementary degree comprises more than 130 credits of work. During final year, student will be required to spend a good deal of time in completing a project. This project will usually be done in collaboration with industry, under the guidance of a professional nominated by the University. However, student of B.Ed (Hons) Elementary is required to submit Research Project (Professional). The curriculum for various majors is based on the recommendations of the National Curriculum Revision Committees approved by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Islamabad. However, the Academic Council of the University may update the curricula from time to time. Please note that all courses detailed in the BS and B.Ed (Hons) Elementary programs below may not be offered in a given academic session. The specific courses being offered will be notified in the semester schedule on the University Learning Management System web site.

Duration:

It is four-year full time study program spread over eight semesters. Each semester has at least 18 weeks duration for teaching and examinations etc.

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants for admission to all Bachelor of Science (BS) Programs and B.Ed (Hons) Elementary program must have passed with at least 45% marks, Intermediate (Part I and II, or equivalent examination), or I.Com or ICS or DAE or ‘A’ level examinations. The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) ‘O’ levels and School Certificate (SC) examinations are considered equivalent to Matriculation, and the GCE ‘A’ levels is considered equivalent to the Intermediate examination. For the GCSE (‘O’) and SC examinations, grades in 6 subjects are considered. ‘A’ level candidates must have passed 3 subjects and required to provide equivalence from Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC), Islamabad.

Note: The B.Ed. (Hons) Elementary Program is available for applicants residing within Pakistan only and is not available for overseas students. If any student wishes to move overseas after gaining admission, he/she will be required to withdraw from the program.

Admission application forms are same for 2-year and 4-year bachelor degree programs.

However, candidates having less than 45% marks will be eligible for admission after successful completion of “Zero Semester”. Zero Semester is not applicable for admission towards B. Ed (Hons) Elementary program.

Assessment of Study Progress:

The students’ study progress evaluation mechanism is based on continuous assessment throughout the semester by giving assignments, on-line quizzes, Graded Moderated Discussion Boards (GMDBs), mid-term and final term exams including teaching practices etc. for B.Ed (Hons) Elementary. The mid-term and final term exams are conducted at VU’s designated centers and usually count for 80 to 85% of the total marks for a course.

Award of Degree:

To be eligible for the award of four-year BS degree, the students are required to complete at least 132 credit hours {at least 135-Credit hours are required for B.Ed (Hons) Elementary} with minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.25 out of 4.00.

Course of Study:

The scheme of studies for BS and B.Ed (Hons) Elementary program is outlined as under. The courses may be revised from time to time as a result of continuous review to bring them at par with courses being taught at top-class foreign universities. While reviewing the courses needs of local industry and job market are also given full consideration.

Psychology is the science of behavior and the mind. In the B.S. program, the study of psychology provides an understanding of basic processes of sensation, perception, learning, cognition, development, and personality along with principles of social psychology, clinical psychology, and behavioral neuroscience. Knowledge of psychological principles and of scientific methods for evaluating theories and research in the social sciences is essential in our rapidly changing society.

The basic goal of the B.S. program is to integrate the scientific foundation of psychology with a strong humanities background along with basic science to better prepare students for advanced training in psychology, medicine, cognitive science, neuroscience, and other related disciplines. The B.S. degree program is explicitly aimed at helping to prepare students for advanced graduate study in the sciences and science-based professions.

Study Scheme of BS Psychology

BS (Psychology)
Semester NO 1
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
CS101 Introduction to Computing Required 3
ENG101 English Comprehension Required 3
MTH302 Business Mathematics & Statistics Required 3
PSY101 Introduction to Psychology Required 3
PAK301 Pakistan Studies Required 2
ETH201 Ethics (for Non-Muslims) Elective 1
ISL201 Islamic Studies Elective 1
Semester NO 2
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
ECO401 Economics Required 3
ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing Required 3
PSY404 Abnormal Psychology Required 3
PSY502 History & Systems of Psychology Required 3
SOC101 Introduction to Sociology Required 3
Semester NO 3
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
MCM301 Communication skills Required 3
MGMT611 Human Relations (alt. code=HRM611) Required 3
PSY403 Social Psychology Required 3
PSY405 Personality Psychology Required 3
PSY407 Sport Psychology Required 3
Semester NO 4
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
PSY401 Clinical Psychology Required 3
PSY504 Cognitive Psychology Required 3
PSY510 Organizational Psychology Required 3
PSY512 Gender Issues in Psychology Required 3
SOC401 Cultural Anthropology Required 3
Semester NO 5
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
MGMT623 Leadership & Team Management - MGMT623 (alt. code=HRM623) Required 3
MGT111 Introduction to Public Administration Required 3
MGT301 Principles of Marketing Required 3
MGT503 Principles of Management Required 3
PSY402 Experimental Psychology Required 3
PSY631 Psychological Testing & Measurements Required 3
Semester NO 6
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
MCM401 Fundamentals of Public Relations Required 3
MGT101 Financial Accounting Required 3
MGT502 Organizational Behavior Required 3
PSY409 Positive Psychology Required 3
PSY505 Developmental Psychology Required 3
STA301 Statistics and Probability Required 3
Semester NO 7
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
MGT501 Human Resource Management Required 3
PSY406 Educational Psychology Required 3
PSY511 Environmental Psychology Required 3
PSY513 Forensic Psychology Required 3
PSY632 Theory & Practice of Counseling Required 3
STA630 Research Methods Required 3
Semester NO 8
Course Code Title Type Credit Hours
MCM511 Theories of Communication Required 3
PSY408 Health Psychology Required 3
PSY514 Consumer Psychology Required 3
PSY515 Cross Cultural Psychology Required 3
PSY610 Neurological Bases of Behavior Required 3
PSY619 Final Project-Psychology Elective 3
PSYI619 Internship Report-Psychology Elective 3

(a) Fee structure for student within Pakistan:

Tuition fee rates are fixed and are independent of the number of courses being taught in one semester. Security, Admission and Registration fee are charged once at the start of the first semester. The remaining charges are payable monthly. Security fee is refundable on completion of degree or in case of withdrawal from the University under rules.

Admission Fee

Rs. 1,500 one time

Registration Fee

Rs. 2,000 one time

Security

Rs. 2,000 (one time, refundable)

Tuition Fee/credit hour

Rs. 500

Enrollment Fee/Semester

Rs. 1,000

Admission Processing Fee

Rs. 200 (online admission form)/ Rs.50 (on VU purchased admission form)

NOTE: Fee payable at the time of admission is Rs. 5,500 (includes admission fee, registration fee, security deposit and enrollment fee) plus admission processing fee.

(b) Fee structure for Student outside Pakistan:

Student outside Pakistan should deposit fee through FTT (Foreign Telegraph Transfer) or bank draft inclusive of Bank charges that is minimum up to $15 per transaction.

Admission Fee & Registration Fee

US $110 one time

Enrollment Fee/Semester US $15

Tuition Fee/credit hour

US $25

NOTE: Fee payable at the time of admission is US $110 (includes admission fee, registration fee, and enrollment fee).

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