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Institute of Psychology development of critical thinking that is essential for

the applied fields of the discipline.


The Institute of Psychology offers the
following programs:
Psychology is a study of mental processes and
Program Degree(s) Major
behavior. It is one of the most interesting and The Institute has a fully equipped Experimental,
challenging areas of scientific inquiry with the Social and Psychological Testing laboratory and Applied Psychology B.Sc. Honours Applied Psychology
potential to benefit both individual and society. The the courses are designed to meet the following
Institute of Psychology at the Beaconhouse targets: Counseling Psychology M.Sc. Counseling Counseling Psychology
National University offers a broad range of courses Psychology
in the major areas of Psychology that not only To provide first-rate instruction and practical
communicate contemporary knowledge but also training in various areas of Psychology such School and Educational Psychology M.Sc. School and School and Educational
train students in general skills in research, critical as: Child and Developmental Psychology; Educational Psychology Psychology
thinking, statistical analysis, as well as written and Abnormal and Clinical Psychology; Health
oral communication. The Institute runs programs in Psychology; Guidance and Counseling; Clinical Psychology M.Sc. Clinical Psychology Clinical Psychology
diverse fields of Psychology, such as Clinical, Business and Organizational Psychology;
Counseling, Organizational, Developmental and Social Psychology; Cognitive Psychology; Business and Organizational Psychology M.Sc. Business and Business and
School Psychology. It provides intensive Experimental Psychology; Psychological Organizational Psychology Organizational Psychology
professional training that facilitates students in the Testing and Assessment; Advertising and
applied areas of the subject. The Institute runs its Consumer Psychology; Educational and MS / M.Phil MS / M Phil Clinical and Counseling
program with the collaboration of psychiatric units School Psychology; and Neuroscience.
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at teaching hospitals and other educational and Ph.D in Psychology Ph.D Applied Psychology
industrial organizations in the private and public To conduct basic and applied research on
sectors. topics relevant to our society with a view to Post graduate Certificate Courses
study the existing psychological problems in
What makes us distinctive is the academically the community. The Institute plans to
rigorous but supportive culture that prevails in the promote interdisciplinary research and B.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Psychology
Institute. It offers an environment that is genuinely services for the solution of social,
warm and friendly, and places a very high value on educational, industrial and clinical problems.
Program Overview designed to be equated with the curriculum being
services provided to students. With the staff The program includes in-depth, supervised training taught at leading international universities. The
To develop a data-base and indigenous
student ratio of 1:10, it can ensure quality in Applied Psychology, research and practice. degree aims to provide a thorough grounding in the
psychological assessment tools for research
education. Small seminar groups and tutorials give Students can specialize in the areas of Clinical, theories, methods and debates in Psychology. It
and assessment purposes.
students the opportunity to interact with teachers Organizational, Counseling, Developmental and further aims to develop the ability to analyze and
and fellow students. This sort of tuition is the School Psychology. The collaboration of evaluate psychological concepts and theories, and
To equip students with problem solving skills
hallmark of BNU higher education and has proven psychiatric units at teaching hospitals and other assess different kinds of evidence including both
that would help them in personal adjustment
value. The Institute follows the best of traditional as well as to facilitate others to adjust to the educational, health, and industrial organizations in quantitative and qualitative data.
methods of teaching and the best of what is new. It demands of everyday life. the private and public sectors is utilized.
strives to ensure that students receive a Admission Requirement
well-rounded and informed perspective on the To help students to maximize their potential The eight-semester (four-year) B.Sc. (Hons.) in To be eligible for admission to the undergraduate
subject of Psychology. Its emphasis on as individuals, as Pakistanis, and as good Applied Psychology is a large and popular programs, a candidate must have an intermediate
communication skills and research encourages the human beings. program within the Institute of Psychology. It is certificate [FA/F.Sc.] from a recognized institute of
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higher education in Pakistan with a minimum recognized education system. A written English Year 2
placement in the 2nd division [50% marks] or three test followed by an interview will be taken in case of
A grades in A-Levels from either a foreign or local short listed candidates. Course Code Course Title Credits
Semester IV
Course Outline PSY 220 Psychometrics 3
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Psychology PSY 225 Psychopathology II 3
A four-year program divided into eight semesters as given below: PSY 230 Applied Statistics 3
PSY 235 Social Cognition 3
Year 1 Field Research 3
PSY 240-A
Course Code Course Title Credits *One Elective Course
Semester I Total 15
PSY 101 Introduction to Perspectives in Psychology 2 Year 3
PSY 110 Psychosocial Influences on Behavior 3 Semester V
PSY 115 Cognition: Sensation, Perception and Emotion 3 PSY 301 Computerized Analysis of Psychological data 3
PSY 135-A Exercises in Psychological Investigation 2 PSY 305 Stress and Well-Being 3
PSY 140-A Communication Skills A Mandatory 3 PSY 310 Educational Psychology 3
PSYM 100 Introduction to Computers Mandatory 2 PSY 315 Clinical Psychology 4
*One Elective Course *One Elective Course

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Total 15
Semester II Total 13
PSY 105 Biological Basis of Behavior 3
Semester VI
PSY 120 Statistics in Psychology 3
PSY 320 Counseling Psychology 3
PSYM 102 Islamic Study Mentadory 3
PSY 325-A Current Issues in Psychology 4
PSY 125 Cognition: Learning, Memory and Intelligence 3
PSY 330-A Therapeutic Intervention 3
PSY 140-B Communication Skills B Mandatory 3
PSY 335 Neuro Psychology 3
*One Elective Course
PSY 345 Personality 3
Total 15 *One Elective Course

Year 2 Total 16
Year 4
Semester III
PSY 201 Research Methodologies and Application 3 Semester VII
PSY 205 Psychopathology I 3 PSY 340 Summer Project Internship and Case Reports 4
PSY 210-A Child Development 3 PSY 401 Thesis I OR 3
PSY 215 Seminar Presentation 3 PSY 470-A Research Project I 3
PSYM 103 Pakistan Studies Mandatory 3 PSY 415 -A Psychological Report Writing I 1
*One Elective Course PSY 405 Human Resource Management 3
PSY 460 Environmental Psychology 3
Total 15
Total 14
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Year 4
M.Sc in Counseling Program Objectives
Course Code Course Title Credits Students will learn the theoretical frameworks
Psychology and scientific bases of Counseling Psychology
Semester VIII
Gender Studies 3 at the master’s level.
PSY 410-A
Thesis II 3 Counseling is a distinct profession that has Students will develop the essential diagnostic,
PSY 420
Or developed in a variety of ways in the 20th century. therapeutic, and consultative skills necessary
Research Project II 3 The Institute of Psychology offers the Master of to work with different clinical populations and a
PSY 470-B
Psychological Report Writing II 1 Science Program in Counseling Psychology. This variety of emotional and psychological
PSY 415 -B
Ethics and Professional Issues 3 program teaches students to develop essential conditions.
PSY 455
Organizational Behavior 3 diagnostic, therapeutic, and consultative skills Students will learn research methodologies
PSY 465
necessary to treat a variety of emotional, and be able to critically evaluate research as it
Total 13 intellectual, and psychological conditions in clinical relates to Counseling Psychology.
*Students are required to take the above populations ranging from children to the elderly. Students will learn the ethical and professional
mentioned courses plus 16-18 credit hours in The program does not advocate any single guidelines of the Counseling profession.
elective subjects of their choice. theoretical orientation. Rather, it provides students Students will understand and appreciate the
with a generalist foundation in a number of impact of diversity and cultural issues in the
List of Electives diagnostic methods and therapeutic techniques. field of Counseling Psychology.
Electives offered for B.Sc. (Hons.) by the Institute After doing M.Sc in Counseling Psychology Students will learn how to apply the knowledge
of Psychology are the following: students can work in clinics and hospitals, family of human behavior to improve their own lives.
counseling centers, substance abuse programs,

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community mental health centers, public and Admission Requirements


private schools, institutional and residential To be eligible for admission to the M.Sc. in
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs. facilities, correctional facilities, public agencies, Counseling Psychology, a candidate must have
PSY 110 Psychosocial Influences on Behavior 3 and private practice. good academic record with B.A / B.Sc. in
PSY 210 Child Development 3 Psychology or Applied Psychology from a
PSY 235 Social Cognition 3 Program Highlights well-established and respectable university.
PSY 305 Stress and Well-Being 3 All faculty are practitioners in the field.
PSY 325 Current Issues in Psychology 3 Program bridges the field of Clinical
PSY 345 Personality 3 Psychology with the Counseling profession.
Emphasis on practitioner-focused learning in
real-world settings.
* 1 credit for attendance in academic activities and academic excursions as given below: Excellent theoretical classroom training
Attendance in Seminars, Educational trips, volunteer work with the disabled, coupled with unrivaled out-of-classroom
and other academic activities. learning opportunities in a dynamic
environment.
Program prepares students to take effective
roles in the community as mental health
professionals.

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Course Outline:
Year 2
M.Sc. in Counseling Psychology
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
A two-year program divided into four semesters as given below:
Semester IV
Year 1 PSY-Co 630 Ethics in Counseling Psychology 4
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs. PSY-Co 635 Current Issues in Counseling Psychology 4
PSY-Co 640 Counseling Reports 2
Semester I PSY-Co 660-695 One Optional Course 4
PSY-Co 501 Perspectives in Counseling Psychology 2 PSY-Co 650 Thesis II or 4
PSY-Co 505 Research Methods in Counseling Settings 4 PSY-Co 645-B Group Research II 3
PSY-Co 510 Statistics in Psychology 4
PSY-Co 515 Perception, Cognition, Learning and Memory 4 * Admission subject to number of students. Total 18
PSY-Co 520 Psychopathology 4 Total Credit Hours 81
PSY-Co 555 Experiments / Practical Work 2
Optional Courses
Total 20
Semester II Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
PSY-Co 525 Personal and Interpersonal Perspectives 3
PSY-Co 660 Stress and Well-Being 4
PSY-Co 530 Seminar Presentation / Communication Skills 3

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PSY-Co 665 Emotional Intelligence 4


PSY-Co 535 Treatment of Psychopathology 4
PSY-Co 670 Health Counseling 4
PSY-Co 540 Psychological Testing and Assessment 4
PSY-Co 675 Conflict Resolution 4
PSY-Co 545 Behavioral Neuroscience 4
PSY-Co 680 Counseling in Multicultural Contexts 4
PSY-Co 550 Applied Statistics in Psychology 4
PSY-Co 685 Career Development and Counseling 4
Total 22 PSY-Co 690 Environmental Psychology 4
PSY-Co 695 Counseling in Organizations 4
Year 2
Semester III *Optional Courses will be offered according to the availability of the teacher.
PSY-Co 601 Computer Skills 2
PSY-Co 605 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy 4
PSY-Co 615 Trauma and Crisis Intervention 4
PSY-Co 620 Self Help Counseling 3
PSY-Co 660-695 One Optional Course 4
PSY-Co 625 Thesis I 4
or
PSY-Co 610-A Group Research I 3

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M.Sc in School and Program Objectives Course Outline:
Students will learn the theoretical frameworks
Educational Psychology and scientific bases of School and Educational M.Sc. in School and Educational Psychology
The role of educational system in our society is Psychology at master’s level.
becoming increasingly important and complex, so Students will develop the essential diagnostic, A two-year program divided into four semesters as given below:
is the need for professionally trained School therapeutic, and consultative skills necessary
Psychologists at the primary and secondary Year 1
to work with a variety of emotional and
schools, colleges and institutions of higher psychological conditions. Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
education has become more essential than ever. Students will learn research methodologies
School psychologist helps students as well as and be able to critically evaluate research as it Semester I
teachers, administrators and parents to overcome PSY-Sc 501 Perspectives in School Psychology 2
relates to School and Educational Psychology.
obstacles of learning and personal development. PSY-Sc 505 Research Methods 4
Students will learn the ethical and professional
These obstacles include learning disabilities, PSY-Sc 510 Statistics in Psychology 4
guidelines of the profession.
academic difficulties, family disruptions, emotional PSY-Sc 515 Perception, Cognition, Learning and Memory 4
Students will understand and appreciate the
and mental health problem. The Master of Science PSY-Sc 520 Psychopathology/Childhood Disorders 4
impact of diversity and cultural issues in the
program in School Psychology is a clinical specialty PSY-Sc 555 Experiments / Practical Work 2
field of School and Educational Psychology.
which prepares students to enter the profession of
School Psychology. Total 20
Admission Requirements
To be eligible for admission to the M.Sc. in School
The program is designed to address the academic, Psychology, a candidate must have good academic Semester II
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research and professional practice requirements record with B.A / B.Sc. in Psychology or Applied PSY-Sc 525 Personal and Interpersonal Perspective 3
for certification as a psychologist where masters’ Psychology from a well established and PSY-Sc 530 Seminar Presentation / Communication Skills 3
level preparation is permitted. The two year respectable university. PSY-Sc 535 Treatment of Psychopathology 4
program balances research, theory and practice. It PSY-Sc 540 Psychological Testing and Assessment 4
follows a holistic approach and addresses PSY-Sc 545 Behavioral Neuroscience 4
students’ trends and needs with in the context of PSY-Sc 550 Applied Statistics in Psychology 4
home, school and community. In Pakistan there is
a great need of qualified School Psychologists who Total 22
can facilitate the students to over come their
problems so that they can realize their full potential.
Year 2
Semester III
Program Highlights PSY-Sc 601 Computer Skills 2
Emphasis on practitioner-focused learning in PSY-Sc 605 Psychology of the Child and Adolescent 4
real-world settings. PSY-Sc 615 Prevention and Crisis intervention in Schools 3
Excellent theoretical classroom training PSY –Sc620 Measuring Aptitude and Intelligence 3
coupled with unrivaled out-of-classroom PSY-Sc 560, One Optional Course 4
learning opportunities in a dynamic 565, 660-695
environment. PSY-Sc 625 Thesis I or 4
Program prepares students to take effective PSY-Sc 610-A Group Research I 3
roles in the community as mental health
professionals. Total 20
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M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology relates to Clinical Psychology.
Students will learn the ethical and professional
Year 2
The M.Sc in Clinical Psychology is an intensive guidelines of the profession.
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs. two-year full time course that concentrates on Students will understand and appreciate the
understanding individual differences and impact of diversity and cultural issues in the
Semester IV psychological disorders experienced by children, field of Clinical Psychology.
PSY-Sc 630 Ethics in School Psychology 4
youth, and families. This includes a focus on social,
PSY-Sc 635 Current Debates in School Psychology 4 Admission Requirements
emotional, cognitive, and neurobiological features
PSY-Sc 640 Reports 2 To be eligible for admission to the M.Sc. in Clinical
of normal and atypical development; approaches to
PSY-Sc 560, One Optional Course 4 Psychology, a candidate must have good academic
assessment, psychodiagnosis and intervention;
565, 660-695 and risk and protective factors that influence the record with B.A / B.Sc. in Psychology or Applied
PSY-Sc 650 Thesis II OR 4 Psychology from a well established and
nature and progression of atypical development
PSY-Sc 645-B Group Research II 3 respectable university.
and response to treatment. Students receive
training that allows them to enter careers involving
* Admission subject to number of students. Total 18 clinical and/or research positions in a variety of
Total Credit Hours in the Program 80 settings as well as careers in university teaching
Optional Courses and research.
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
Program Highlights
PSY-Sc 660 Stress and Well-Being 4 All faculty are practitioners in the field.
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PSY-Sc 665 Emotional Intelligence 4 Emphasis on practitioner-focused learning in
PSY-Sc 670 Speech Pathology 4 real-world settings.
PSY-Sc 675 Conflict Resolution 4 Excellent theoretical classroom training
PSY-Sc 680 Good Parenting 4 coupled with unrivaled out-of-classroom
PSY-Sc 685 Health Psychology 4 learning opportunities in a dynamic
PSY-Sc 690 Counseling Psychology 4 environment.
PSY-Sc 695 Altruism 4 Program prepares students to take effective
PSY-Sc 560 Environmental Psychology 4 roles in the community as mental health
PSY-Sc 565 Organizational Behavior 4 professionals.

*Optional courses will be offered according to the availability of the teacher.


Program Objectives
Students will learn the theoretical frameworks
and scientific bases of Clinical Psychology at
master’s level.
Students will develop the essential diagnostic,
therapeutic, and consultative skills necessary
to work with a variety of emotional and
psychological conditions.
Students will learn research methodologies
and be able to critically evaluate research as it

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Course Outline:
Year 2
M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
A two-year programme divided into four semesters as given below:
Semester IV
Year 1 PSY-CL 630 Ethics in Clinical Psychology 4
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs. PSY-CL635 Current Debates in Clinical Psychology 4
PSY-CL640 Clinical Reports 2
Semester I PSY-CL 560, One Optional Course 4
PSY-CL 501 Perspectives in Clinical Psychology 2 565, 660-695
PSY -CL505 Research Methods 4 PSY-CL 650 Thesis II OR 4
PSY -CL510 Statistics in Psychology 4 PSY-CL645-B Group Research II 3
PSY-CL 515 Perception, Cognition, Learning and Memory 4 PSY-CL655 Psychopharmacology 2
PSY-CL 520 Psychopathology 4
PSY-CL 555 Experiments / Practical Work 2 * Admission subject to number of students. Total 20
Total Credit Hours in the Program 84
Total 20
Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
Semester II
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PSY-CL525 Personal and Interpersonal Perspective 3 PSY-CL 660 Stress and Well-Being 4
PSY-CL 530 Seminar Presentation / Communication Skills 3 PSY-CL 665 Emotional Intelligence 4
PSY-CL 535 Treatment of Psychopathology 4 PSY-CL 670 Forensic Psychology 4
PSY-CL 540 Psychological Testing and Assessment 4 PSY-CL 675 Conflict Resolution 4
PSY-CL 545 Behavioural Neuroscience 4 PSY-CL 680 Parapsychology 4
PSY-CL 550 Applied Statistics in Psychology 4 PSY-CL 685 Health Psychology 4
PSY-CL 690 Trauma and Crisis Interventions 4
Total 22 PSY-CL 695 Psychology of Gender 4
PSY-CL 560 Environmental Psychology 4
Year 2
PSY-CL 565 Organizational Behavior 4
Semester III
PSY-CL 601 Computer Skills 2 *Optional courses will be offered according to the availability of the teacher.
PSY-CL 605 Child Development 4
PSY- CL615 Techniques of Psychotherapy 4
PSY-CL 620 Clinical Psychology 4
PSY-CL 560, One Optional Course 4
565, 660-695
PSY-CL625 Thesis I OR 4
PSY-CL 610-A Group Research I 3

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M. Sc. in Organizational and Students will learn how to apply the knowledge
of human behavior to improve their own lives.
Course Outline:
Business Psychology M. Sc. in Organizational and Business Psychology
Admission Requirements
Business and Organizational Psychology studies A two-year program divided into four semesters as given below:
To be eligible for admission to the M.Sc. in
the application of behavior principles and research Business and Organizational Psychology, a
in business and organizational settings. Students Year 1
candidate must have good academic record with
learn about leadership theories, group B.A / B.Sc. in Psychology or Applied Psychology Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
development, conflict management, business from a well-established and respectable university.
marketing, consumer psychology, organizational Semester I
culture and organizational change strategies. The PSY- O 501 Perspectives in Business and Organizational Psychology 2
program enables students to conduct workplace PSY- O 505 Research Methodology 4
testing and assessment, teach, pursue consulting, PSY- O 510 Statistics in Psychology 4
professional coaching, and work as human PSY-O 515 Perception, Cognition, Learning and Memory 4
resource managers. PSY -O 520 Psychopathology 4
PSY- O 555 Experiments / Practical Work 2
Program Highlights
Emphasis on practitioner-focused learning in Total 20
real-world settings.
Excellent theoretical classroom training Semester II
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coupled with unrivaled out-of-classroom PSY- O 525 Personal/ Interpersonal Perspective 3
learning opportunities in a dynamic PSY - O 530 Seminar Presentation / Communication Skills 3
environment. PSY- O 535 Treatment of Psychopathology 4
Program prepares students to take effective PSY- O 540 Psychological Testing and Assessment 4
roles in the community. PSY- O 545 Behavioral Neuroscience 4
PSY- O 550 Applied Statistics in Psychology 4
Program Objectives
Students will develop the essential Total 22
consultative skills necessary to work with a Year 2
variety of emotional and psychological
conditions in organizational settings. Semester III
Students will learn research methodologies PSY- O 601 Computer Skills 2
and be able to critically evaluate research as it PSY- O 605 Organizational Behavior 3
relates to issues in the business world. PSY- O 615 Consumer Psychology 3
Students will learn the ethical and professional PSY- O 620 Occupational Stress 2
guidelines of the profession. PSY- O 660-690 One Optional Course 4
Students will understand and appreciate the PSY- O 625 Thesis I OR 4
impact of diversity and cultural issues in work PSY- O 610-A Group Research I 3
environment.
Total 18

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MS/M.Phil Clinical and B.Sc. Honors (4 years programme) in Psychology
from a well-established and HEC recognized
Year 2 Counseling Psychology university. Criteria for admission to the M.Phil/MS
The Institute of Psychology offers MS / M.Phil Programme is kept in strict accordance with the
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs. leading to PhD after M.A/M.Sc (2 years guidelines set by the Higher Education
programme) or B.Sc. Honors (4 years programme) Commission. Applicants who meet the academic
Semester IV in Psychology. The MS/MPhil Programme provides criteria will take an entrance test by the Institute.
PSY- O 630 Human Resource Management 3 intensive professional training to facilitate students On clearance of the test, they will be interviewed
PSY- O 635 Current Issues in Organizational and Business Psychology 4 in the applied areas of the subject. for final admission. The selected candidates will be
PSY- O 640 Reports 2 required to complete 38 credit hours and work on
PSY- O 660-690 One Optional Course 4 Admission Requirements their dissertation under the HEC approved
PSY- O 650 Thesis II OR 4 To be eligible for admission to MS/M.Phil in supervisors. HEC scholars are encouraged to
PSY- O 645-B Group Research II 3 Psychology, a candidate must have good academic apply.
PSY- O 655 Business Marketing 3 record with M.A/M.Sc (2 years programme) or
* Admission subject to number of students. Total 20 Course Outline:
Total Credit Hours in the Program 80 Course Code Course Title Credits

Optional Courses Semester I


MPSY 801 Professional and Ethical Issues 2
Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs. MPSY 805 Childhood Counseling Needs and Clinical Disorders 3
Psychological Assessment and Diagnosis for Children 2
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MPSY 810
PSY- O 660 Stress and Well-Being 4 MPSY 815 Psychological Intervention for Children 4
PSY- O 665 Emotional Intelligence 4
Total 11
PSY- O 670 Forensic Psychology 4
PSY- O 675 Conflict Resolution 4 Semester II
PSY- O 680 Altruism 4 MPSY 820 Research Methodology 2
PSY-O 685 Health Psychology 4 MPSY 825 Adult Counseling Needs and Clinical Disorders 3
PSY-O 690 Environmental Psychology 4 MPSY 830 Psychological Assessment and Diagnosis for Adults 2
MPSY 835 Psychological Intervention for Adults 4
*Optional courses will be offered according to the availability of the teacher.
Total 11
Semester III
MPSY 840-A Research 3
MPSY 845-A Internship/Placements 4
MPSY 850-A Workshops 1
Total 8
Semester III
MPSY 840-B Research 3
MPSY 845-B Internship/Placements 4
MPSY 850-B Workshops 1

159 Total 8 160


Total Credit Hours 38
Direct Admission to Ph.D. in 2. Handling Difficult People errors and thinking skills, stress mapping, stability
zones, relaxation techniques, biofeedback,
class. They will be guided in assessing their
relationship to anger; provided with a set of tools
Course Description:
Psychology Learning the secrets to effectively dealing with pressure and stress, lifestyle management, and strategies to control their anger; and assisted
difficult people will have a great impact on your self physical outlets, management of the personal work in designing a recovery program that will begin
Program Overview esteem. This certificate course will teach you to environment, Type A behavior, locus of control, producing results immediately.
The Institute of Psychology offers Ph.D. after MS / look for ways to get the results you need and want time management, coping strategies at work and
M.Phil in Psychology. from difficult people. It shows you how to cut past home. The application of theory to practice in 7. Time Management
the temper tantrums, moodiness, and back different settings, e.g. counseling, health Course Description:
Admission Requirements stabbing to make things happen. General theory on education, individual and group training, coaching, This short course is valuable for those who want to
To be eligible for admission to the Ph.D. in why people act the way they do and what they’re management, and psychotherapy, will be covered. improve their productivity and strengthen their
Psychology, a candidate must have good academic looking for. Understanding why they do the things A number of questionnaires will need completing at time-management skills through multiple ways of
record with MS / M.Phil. in Psychology from a they do gives you the tools needed to see how to the end of the course. thinking about and using time more effectively.
well-established and HEC recognized university. get what you want by giving them what they’re Critical deadlines, competing priorities and an
Criteria for admission to the Ph.D. program are looking for. What personality traits keep us from 5. Building Self-Esteem and Self avalanche of e-mail often leave individuals feeling
kept in strict accordance with the guidelines set by being effective, and what qualities give us the best overwhelmed. Being able to set priorities and
Efficacy
the Higher Education Commission. Applicants who chance of having an influence on the people allocate time appropriately are critical skills for
Course Description:
meet the academic criteria will take an entrance around you. How to deal with specific personality achieving your goals. Taking control of your time
Building self-esteem and having good
test. On clearance of the test, they will be types will be discussed in detail in this course. and schedule enables you to increase personal
assertiveness skills is essential for self confidence
interviewed for final admission. The selected productivity and enhance your quality of life. This
and success. And it all begins with you. This course
candidates will be required to complete 18 credit 3. Management of Depression unique course provides strategies, techniques and
will help participants discover some simple
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hours and work on their dissertation under the HEC Course Description: tips to set priorities and manage the daily
assertiveness techniques that dramatically change
approved supervisors. This short course will enable you to learn about pressures of meeting important and urgent
how you feel about yourself and boost self-esteem.
depression and understanding the impact of Participants will learn how to recognize the commitments in your life. This course will enable
depression on the patient, the family and the importance of learning self-acceptance, and you to balance your professional and personal
Post graduate Certificate society. This course includes planning brief nurturing your sense of self. The course includes: lives, monitor daily work habits and determine
supportive intervention using active reflective areas for improvement and implement a personal
Courses listening skills and some techniques from cognitive
introductions and course overview, anxiety
inventory, building your self esteem, increasing self time-management action plan.
behavioral theory. It addresses the relationship esteem and the power of thoughts.
The Institute of Psychology offers the following
issues that patients of depression face and also *The certificate courses will be of 3 weeks’
short courses:
provides information about other treatments for 6. Anger Management duration.
depression such as anti-depressant therapy. Course Description:
1. Good Parenting
Course Description: This short course in Anger Management offers Career Opportunities
Raising happy and healthy children seems more
4. Stress Management practical, common sense, effective techniques to The Institute of Psychology takes pride in the
Course Description: help anger addicts break the cycle of rage. Rather strong vocational links it has established with
challenging than ever in today’s world. This short
This short course includes the theory of stress and than focusing on psychotherapeutic processes that business, industry and other professions. These
course will enable you to handle your child’s
its management. The course takes a multimodal can sometimes involve months or years of partnerships help students understand and
emotional and physical needs. An introduction to all
cognitive-behavioral approach to stress counseling, our clinically tested anger experience the realities of the modern working
developmental stages of a child will be given for the
management and is based on current research and management techniques provide students with the world, combining both theory and practice. The
better understanding of parents. Behavioral
practice. Some of the topics included are individual skills and insights they need to begin changing close relationship with business and the
techniques for handling difficult children will be
and organizational symptoms of stress, thinking their angry behavior patterns from the very first professions is reinforced through applied research
discussed in detail.
and consultancy which many of our faculty
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undertakes, bringing together the latest Certificate in Confidence Building ( Stonebridge
developments in academic disciplines with College, UK )
contemporary problems and issues arising from
practice. Ms. Aysha Sarfarz
M. Sc ( Punjab University )
After Post-graduation, students can work in almost M.Phil (Government College University)
all related areas: hospitals, private clinics,
educational institutions, armed forces, counseling Mrs. Naveda Kitchlew
and guidance centers, selection boards, research Organizational Psychologist
organizations, civil services, business enterprises, M.A Industrial & Organizational Psychology
advertising and marketing agencies, industrial ( National-Louis University Chicago, Illinois )
concerns, social welfare agencies, reformatories,
NGOs and institutions for individuals with special Mr. Sajjad Ahmad
needs. Clinical Psychologist
MS in Clinical Psychology ( GCU )
Resource Persons ADCP ( Punjab University )
Dr. Ruhi Khalid M.Sc. Psychology ( PU )
Director
Mrs. Humaira Mohsin

School of Education (SE)


Post Doctorate ( Pittsburgh University , USA ) Clinical Psychologist
Ph.D ( Glasgow University , UK ) ADCP ( Punjab University )
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MSc. ( Punjab University ) M.Sc. Psychology ( PU )


Certified Counselor ( Pennsylvania , USA )
Fulbright Fellow Mrs. Shumaila Ijaz
Clinical & Health Psychologist
Dr. Zahid Mahmood M.Sc Health Psychology ( UK )
Chartered Clinical Psychologist, UK ADCP ( Punjab University )
Ph. D ( London University , UK ) M.Sc. ( Punjab University )
M.A. ( Punjab University )
Mrs. Faiza Hameed
Dr. Feriha Peracha Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Psychologist ADCP ( Punjab University )
Ph. D ( University College London , UK ) M.Sc. ( Government College University )
M.Sc. ( University of Calgary , Canada )
Mrs. Farhat Nadeem
Ms. Sarah Shahed M.Phil., M.Sc. ( Punjab University )
M.Phil ( Quaid-e-Azam University )
M.Sc. ( Punjab University ) Mrs. Amina Faisal
M.Sc. Health Psychology, ( Surrey University, UK ) M.Phil., M.Sc. ( Punjab University )

Mr. Hafiz Waqar Zafar Ms. Javaria Zahra


Stress Management Consultant M.Sc. (Punjab University)
M.Sc. [Honours]. (Government College University)
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