MS (Clinical Psychology)

Mission
To provide opportunities for the development of relevant knowledge and skills needed in supervised
practice and psychological research.

Program Objectives
1. To enable the enhancement of relevant knowledge through immersion in coursework.
2. To develop specific technical skills through internships and practical field based applications.
3. To conduct psychological research according to internationally approved standards.

Program Outcomes
1. To work in professional settings by applying experiential knowledge.
2. To work as professional psychologists under supervision utilizing technical skills for the benefit of individuals and groups.
3. To be able to conduct psychological research and contribute in the growth and development of field based knowledge.

 

Roadmap

1st Semester

Unified Course Code Course Title No. of Credit Hours
CPY 643 Humanistic  and Existential Therapies 2
CPY 644 Applied Behavioral Analysis 2
CPY 645 Psychodiagnosis & Intellectual & Neuropsychological Assessment 3
PPY 702 Research Methods 3
CPY 647 Neurological Basis of Behavior 2

 

2nd Semester

Unified Course Code Course Title No. of Credit Hours
CPY 652 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 2
CPY 648 Personality Assessment 3
CPY 653 Pharmacology 2
CPY 654 Internship-I 2

 

3rd Semester

Unified Course Code Course Title No. of Credit Hours
CPY 649 Psychodynamic Therapies 3
CPY 650 Psychopathology & Psychotherapies of Children/ Adolescents 3
CPY 613 Internship II 3
CPY 753 Dissertation I 3

 

4th Semester

Unified Course Code Course Title No. of Credit Hours
CPY 745 Internship – III 3
CPY 744 Dissertation II 3

 

Coursework   = 25 Credit Hours

Internship      = 08 Credit Hours

Dissertation    = 06 Credit Hours

Total               = 39 Credit Hours

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