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School of Social Sciences -> Psychology -> UG Degree

Adamas University has introduced psychology with its recent development in the area of neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, clinical psychology, psychopathology and other new domains of psychological development. Our student has practical exposure of clinics, hospital industry and lab from the very first day.  Here students have very good internship programs every year along with employability training which helps the student to enhance career both in academics as well as in corporate. Student will not just read psychology but they do, feel and experiment psychology. Students have scope of learning  Psychology with other disciplines in which an understanding of human behaviour is important—such as Anthropology, Architecture, Biology and Biomedical Science, Computer Science, Criminology, Design, Education, Law, Linguistics, Forensic science, Management,  Marketing, Philosophy, Political Science, Religious Studies, Sociology and Gender and Women’s Studies. It also has overlap with other discipline like sociology, history, economics, political science, statistics etc. Thus, Adamas University has introduced Psychology with variety of subjects for diverse career enhancements. 

 1. 10+2 in science/arts discipline or equivalent.

 2. Qualified in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT).

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Admission to the course will take place in terms of the Admission Notification issued by the University every year before the commencement of the academic session. Selection for admission to the course will be based on the eligibility criteria, performance in the admission test and also on the policy of reservation, if any, as indicated in the admission notification

The prospectus has information for students enrolling in Psychology:

  • Bachelor Science/Arts Psychology
  • Master of Science/Arts Organizational Behaviour
  • Master of Science/Arts Clinical Psychology
  • Master of Science/Arts Counselling Psychology
  • Master of Science/Arts in Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience
  • Master of Science/Arts  in Psychology
  • PhD. in  Psychology

The good news is that there is a huge range of career options in Psychology, and reasonably-good-to-excellent employment prospects in all major subfields.

Of course, you might not end up with the particular career you currently plan on – your plans may change along the way for any number of reasons – but without a career plan you will probably not end up having any career as a psychologist, at all.

These days national and multinational companies are appointing Organizational psychologist in corporate jobs. Thus huge scope of jobs are there in this area. Your job in organization may be in these aspects;

Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • leading the delivery and analysis of P&G’s employee survey
  • presenting survey results to senior executives
  • partnering on the design, research, and analysis of special HR Research & Analytics projects for senior leadership
  • partnering on the development of P&G's next generation animated and adaptive testing solutions
  • providing support to the development and implementation of human resources systems
  • analyzing data, using advanced statistical methods and applications (e.g., IRT, SEM, HLM), to evaluate, measure, predict and report organization and business results
  • providing guidance and expert advice to management and other groups to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency
  • partnering internally with HR, Legal, and line management as a domain expert
  • developing new and maintaining existing academic, vendor, and professional relationships
  • representing P&G to customers, the public, the field, and other external sources

Psychology careers (often, but not always) involve the delivery of mental health services directly to individuals in need of them; this is the kind of career where one is a mental healthcare practitioner. This is a very broad category that includes any occupation in which the psychologist interacts with clients for the purpose of assessment, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of mental health issues (in most careers as a clinical psychologist), or to help clients deal with challenges of daily living (in most careers as a counseling psychologist). If you are a college or university psychology student, there is a good chance that this is the type of career you imagined for yourself when you decided to study psychology.

For those with careers in academic institutions, there can also be a great variety of other aspects of the occupation. Many psychology professors do a lot of consulting in their area of expertise, and most also do a considerable amount of administrative work within their department, faculty, and university or college.