Top BSc Psychology/ BA Psychology Colleges in Bangalore

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Psychology helps to provide a holistic outlook to the mysteries of human behavior. The course curriculum includes theoretical and practical concepts that help to research and understand the execution and working of the human mind and human behavior. It focuses on how human beings behave differently under different circumstances.  Candidates are also educated about the processing of human emotions and behavior.   

List of Top BSc Psychology/ BA Psychology Colleges in Bangalore

Christ University
St.Joseph's College(AUTONOMOUS)
Mount Carmel College (MCC)
MS Ramaiah College of Arts Science And Commerce
Jain University
Kristu Jayanti College
Jyoti Nivas College (JNC)
IFIM College - Jagdish Seth School of Management (JAGSOM)
Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies (AIGS)

Major Programmes

3 years
Bachelor Programme
Mode of Admission
Mode of Admission
Merit /Management

Pass in 12th or equivalent with minimum of 35% score.


Merit Quota Seats :- Rs.30,000 to Rs.60,000

Management Quota Seats :- Rs.75,000 to Rs.1,00,000

Admission Process
Admission Process

Merit- College will be inviting the Application, Interested candidates can apply once the applications are open.
Management- Students looking for Management seats can go for Direct Admission.

Syllabus of BSc Psychology/ BA Psychology

Semester Subject
Semester I
  • Basic psychological processes
    • The Science of Psychology
    • Intelligence
    • Learning 
    • Memory
    • Motification
  • Practicals I
Semester II
  • Basic psychological processes
    • Biology and Behavior
    • Sensation and Perception
    • Thinking 
    • Emotions
    • Personality
  • Practicals II
Semester Subject
Semester III
  • Child Psychology I
    • Introduction to Child Psychology
    • Biological Foundation
    • Prenatal Development
    • Motor and Sensory Development
    • Cognitive Development and Development of Language 
    • Emotional and social development
  • Developmental Psychology I
    • Introduction to Developmental Psychology 
    • Biological Beginnings
    • Prenatal Life 
    • Infancy
    •  Childhood (Early and Late Childhood) 
    Practicals III
Semester IV
  • Child Psychology II
    • Moral Development 
    • Emergence of Self
    • Peers and Schooling:
    • Disorders of Childhood
    • Treatment & Outcomes
     Practicals IV
Semester Subject
Semester V
  • Counselling Psychology I
    • Theoretical Approaches to Counselling
    • Process of Counselling
    • Personal Aspects of Counselling Skills
  • Education Psychology I
    • Psychology and Its Bearing on Education
    • Application of Learning Theories to Education
    • Memory and Forgetting 
  • Industrialand Organizational Psychology - I
    • Job Analysis and Selection
    • Employee Attitudes and Their Effects
    • Motivation and Reward Systems
  • Social Psychology I
    • Social Psychology – Definition and Scope
    • Perception and Attribution
    • Self and Self – Concept
    • Attitude and Prejudice
  • Health Psychology – I
    • Stress
    • Modification and Enhancement of Health Behaviour
    • Addictive Behaviour – A Perspective
  • Developmental Psychology II
    • Puberty & Adolescence
    • Early Adulthood 
    • Middle Adulthood 
    • Late Adulthood - Part - I 
    • Late Adulthood - Part - II
  • Abnormal Psychology -I
    • Psychological models of abnormality
    • Stressand Mental Health
    • Anxiety, Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders
  •  Practicals V
  •  Practicals VI
  • Social Psychology I
    • Inter- Personal Attraction & group Dynamics
    • Social Influence
    • Prosocial Behavior
    • Social Problems and Social Harmony
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology - II
    • Performance Appraisal
    • Training and Managing Communications
    • Leadership, Team Work and Team Building
    • Stress and Counseling
  • Education Psychology II
    • Learner Differences and Learning Needs
    • Educating Exceptional Children.(Cognitive)
    • Educating Exceptional Children (Physical and Emotional)
    • Management of Classroom
  • Counselling Psychology II
  • Health Psychology – II
  • Abnormal Psychology -II
  •  Practicals VII
  •  Practicals VIII

Placement of BSc Psychology/ BA Psychology

Career opportunities are available in government and private industries. Potential career roles:

  • Counselor
  • Social Psychologist
  • Social Worker
  • Educational and Career Counselor
  • Community Worker
  • Welfare Worker
  • Sparsh Hospitals
  • Apollo Hospitals
  • Fortis
  • Hosmet Hospitals
  • Medanta Health CIty

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