Bachelor of Science in Psychology

A degree program that studies human behavior and mental processes. The program covers various areas such as abnormal psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, and social psychology. Students gain practical experience through research projects, internships, and other hands-on learning opportunities.

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of the BS Psychology program are expected to attain the following within 3-5 years after graduation:

  1. Exhibit competence and ethical standards in the practice of their profession
  2. Demonstrate creative and practical application of principles and theories of psychology in other disciplines
  3. Generates significant behavioral researches for theoretical advancement and practical applications

Program Outcomes

A Bachelor of Science in Psychology graduate should be able to

  1. demonstrate the capability to discuss and analyze the major theories and concepts in psychology (knowledge in psychology)
  2. demonstrate and apply the methods of psychological inquiry in building knowledge on local culture and context (psychological research)
  3. demonstrate and apply psychological theories and methods in personal and professional setting (application of psychology).
  4. demonstrate capability for self-reflection and independent learning in graduate education or in a professional context (independent learning).
  5. demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in research and practice in psychology (ethics).
  6. demonstrate harmonious interpersonal relationship with colleagues, clients and others (interpersonal skills) in diverse cultural settings
  7. demonstrate the ability to conduct psychological assessments and evaluation (psychological assessment).