About the Department
BSc Psychology or Bachelor of Science in Psychology is a three-year undergraduate course that studies the mind, emotions, social development, and human individuality. BSc Psychology studies mental illness, crisis management, human behaviour, and other topics. To be eligible for the BSc Psychology admissions process, students must have passed their 10+2 or equivalent exams from a recognised board with at least an overall grade point average of 50%. The BSc Psychology syllabus is designed to provide students with both theoretical and practical knowledge of the subject.