B. Sc. Psychology

An undergraduate course affiliated to M G University. It is a 3-year duration course divided into six semesters.  The Psychology Course aims to mould the candidates with a basic understanding of the human brain, neural networks, and emotions. BSc Psychology subjects include Neurophysiology of behaviour, its biological base, basic cognitive processes, social interactions, human behaviour,  Nervous System, Memory, Endocrine System, Culture and Human Development, Emotional and Social Development, etc. embed with theoretical and practical knowledge. Candidates who have graduated B.Sc. Psychology course can work as psychological therapists in hospitals, child guidance centres and also in industrial bodies. Since mental related issues like stress and depression are increasing, B.Sc Psychology has tremendous career opportunities.

As far as  Saintgits College of Applied Sciences, we are fully committed to offering this course to suit the interest of the academic and industry.

High lights of the B. Sc Psychology Credit-Semester Course Scheme

 I Semester

Common Course I- Paper I (English)

Common Course I- Paper II (English)

Common Course II- Paper I (Additional Language)

Foundations and Methods of Psychology (Core)

Body Systems And Behaviour(Complementary 1)

Basic Statistics- Paper I (Complementary II)  

II Semester 

  Common Course I- Paper III (English)

Common Course I- Paper IV (English)

Common Course II- Paper II (Additional


Basic Cognitive Processes (Core)

Biological Basis of Behaviour – Paper II

(Complementary I)

Statistical Tools– Paper II (Complementary II)   

III Semester

 Common Course I- Paper V (English)

Common Course II- Paper III (Additional


Living in the Social World (Core)

Neurophysiology of Behaviour I- Paper III

(Complementary I)

Statistical Methods and Elementary Probability-

Paper III (Complementary II)

Psychology Practical

IV  Semester

Common Course I- Paper VI (English)

Common Course II- Paper IV (Additional


Social Interactions and Human Behaviour (Core)

Biophysiology of Behaviour II- Paper IV

(Complementary I)

Statistical Inference- Paper IV (Complementary II)

Psychology Practical

 V Semester

 Abnormal Psychology (Core)

Foundations of Organizational Behavior (Core)

Environmental Psychology and Human Rights

Open Course (Any one)

  1. Basics of Counselling Psychology
  2. Life Skills Development


Experimental Psychology

Project I

VI Semester

Psychology of Maladaptive Behaviour (Core)

Child Development (Core)

Managing Behavior in Organizations (Core)

Choice-based Core course (Any one)

  1. Theory and Practice of Counselling
  2. School Psychology
  3. Human Resource Development
  4. Health Psychology


Psychological Assessment

Project 2


Candidates must have passed Plus Two Higher Secondary course in Kerala or its equivalent approved by the Government of Kerala.