Psychology

Provide students with basic competencies in Psychology as an interdisciplinary approach.

To develop students’ skills and abilities of to understand psychology in critical manner and applied it creatively

  • Understand psychological theories and concepts. 
  • Analyze and to think critically and scientifically especially when dealing with psychological issues.
  • Use and apply psychological approaches in providing counseling and psychological support.
Program Requirements (21 credit hours)

a. Core courses (12 credit hours)

Course No.

Course Title

Prerequisite(s)

PSYC331

History and Systems of Psychology

PSYC231

PSYC332

Developmental Psychology

PSYC231

PSYC337

Mental Health

PSYC231

PSYC338

Social Psychology

PSYC231

b. Elective courses (3 credit hours)

Course No.

Course Title

Prerequisite(s)

PSYC431

Psychology Of Personality

PSYC332

PSYC437

Community Psychology

PSYC337

c. 6 credit hours from the following:

PSYC445, PSYC439, PSYC438, PSYC433, PSYC429