- It gives you employment opportunities in the aspects that help you serve the society better.
- Research projects, and seminars to attain maximum practical experience.
- Opportunity to work on an International Research Project in collaboration with a Foreign University.
Masters of Arts or M.A. Psychology is a postgraduate course in psychology that studies human behaviour and human psychology. It is concerned with a thorough and comprehensive study of psychology as a discipline. It covers areas like moativation and nature of mind, crisis management, mental processes, reactions, conflict resolution, group thinking and feelings. This course at School of Social Science aims to train the students to identify emotional, behavioral and psychological issues as well as specific disorders. The students are taught to come up with a specific treatment plan for each patient.
This course taught by Renaissance University is for students with analytical thinking, compassion, patience and those who want to further develop themselves. Sense of ethical responsibility and problem solving capabilities are some other attributes which go well with this course. Aspirants with excellent communication skills are always welcomed. Candidates with numeracy as their strongest suit are tailor-made for this course. This course suits well to the students who look for a fulfilling career helping people to overcome mental illness.
The graduates of M.A. Psychology gets access to various job opportunities in both the private and government sector. They can work for:
- Departments in Hospitals
- Educational institutions
- Mental Healthcare Centers
- Counseling Centers
- Corporate Organisations
- Rehabilitation Centers
- Educational Consultancies
- Survey Agencies, etc.
In any of the above mentioned organisations, one may get the opportunity to carry out the following work profiles : –
- Social Worker
- Social Psychologist
- Educational and Career Counselor
- Community Worker
- Sales Representative
- Welfare Worker, etc.
Candidates must be a graduate of BA Psychology or an equivalent course from a recognized University.
25,000 per year