Psychology Program Learning Outcomes and Assessment Modes:
At the completion of the above mentioned objectives students should be able to:
- Examine and compare different concepts in the sub-areas of psychology.
- Describe and explain the differences between common sense, religion, art, philosophy and science.
- Learn about the major figures and schools of thought in psychology's history and place current psychological thought within that historical context.
- Apply analytical and critical thinking skills to selected topics in the various fields of psychology.
- Discuss and criticize ethical issues in psychological research, program design and professional implementation.
- Describe the procedures and principles of psychological measurment and interview techniques.
- Apply the principles and skills of positivistic methodology within a simple empirical study.
- Design and implement a simple action research and an empowerment program.
- Analyse the coded data using statistical techniques.
- Use communication skills in seminars and presentations.
- Function effectively in multi-disciplinary research teams.
- Develop respect for interpersonal and cultural diversity.
- Develop self-awareness for psychological resilience and self-improvement.