Bachelor of
Arts/Science in Psychology

The Bachelor of Arts/Science in Psychology program is a four-year course that provides training for the office work industry and clinical psychology practice. 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – This program produces graduates with solid basic knowledge and skills in psychology.  

Accreditation:

PACUCOA Level IV 1st Reaccredited Status (Liberal Arts)

Bachelor of Science in Psychology – The objectives are the same as in AB Psychology but with additional preparation in the natural sciences. 

Accreditation:

PACUCOA Level III 1st  Reaccredited Status

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The complete program curriculum for Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

The complete program curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Psychology

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

LEVEL OUTCOMES

Graduates of AB Psychology/BS Psychology program shall have:

  • Acquired theoretical knowledge and develop relevant skills expected of Psychology graduates in an employment context – industrial, educational and clinical settings.
  • Attained assertive critical thinking and became mental health practitioners who contribute to the professional development in the local, national and global work environment
  • Participated and applied psychological theories and methods in the conduct of relevant research in the different areas in Psychology.
  • Successfully demonstrated an understanding of the ethical and legal dimensions of psychological theories and methods by undertaking further training.
  • Developed existing skills and acquired higher-level competencies either through formal graduate education or in an employment context.

At the end of the program, the students shall have the ability to:

  • Demonstrate the capability to discuss and analyze the major theories and concepts in psychology (knowledge in psychology).
  • Demonstrate and apply the methods of psychological inquiry in building knowledge on local culture and context, use knowledge in behavioral statistics and communicate results of research to both specialist and non-specialist audiences (psychological research).
  • Demonstrate and apply theories and methods in personal and professional context – industrial, educational and clinical setting (application of psychology).
  • Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in research and practice in Psychology in all settings (industrial, clinical and educational settings) (ethics).
  • Demonstrate the ability to properly administer, score, interpret and evaluate standardized psychological tests and prepare clear psychological reports (psychological assessment).
  • Demonstrate the ability to relate appropriately with colleagues, clients, and others in diverse cultural settings.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Graduates of AB Psychology/BS Psychology program shall have:

  • Acquired theoretical knowledge and develop relevant skills expected of Psychology graduates in an employment context – industrial, educational and clinical settings.
  • Attained assertive critical thinking and became mental health practitioners who contribute to the professional development in the local, national and global work environment
  • Participated and applied psychological theories and methods in the conduct of relevant research in the different areas in Psychology.
  • Successfully demonstrated an understanding of the ethical and legal dimensions of psychological theories and methods by undertaking further training.
  • Developed existing skills and acquired higher-level competencies either through formal graduate education or in an employment context.
Student Outcomes (SO)

At the end of the program, the students shall have the ability to:

  • Demonstrate the capability to discuss and analyze the major theories and concepts in psychology (knowledge in psychology).
  • Demonstrate and apply the methods of psychological inquiry in building knowledge on local culture and context, use knowledge in behavioral statistics and communicate results of research to both specialist and non-specialist audiences (psychological research).
  • Demonstrate and apply theories and methods in personal and professional context – industrial, educational and clinical setting (application of psychology).
  • Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in research and practice in Psychology in all settings (industrial, clinical and educational settings) (ethics).
  • Demonstrate the ability to properly administer, score, interpret and evaluate standardized psychological tests and prepare clear psychological reports (psychological assessment).
  • Demonstrate the ability to relate appropriately with colleagues, clients, and others in diverse cultural settings.

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