The undergraduate program in Psychology introduces students to an understanding of the basic core of psychological knowledge, theory and methods of research and clinical practice. It is an interesting and challenging area of scientific enquiry with the potential to benefit both individuals and society as a whole. The Department of Psychology offers a broad range of undergraduate courses in the major areas of Psychology that are important for understanding mind and behavior. Department of Psychology is part of Faculty of Social Sciences.

BA/BS (HONS) PSYCHOLOGY

Students majoring in Psychology have two options. They can study to earn a BA (Hons) or BS (Hons) degree. It is recommended that students choose their courses logically and sequentially i.e. take 300 and 400 level courses during junior and senior year.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe major psychological concepts and research findings
  • Effectively employ research methods used by psychologists
  • Think critically about psychological concepts, theories and research
  • Clearly speak and write about psychological material
  • Analyze real world situations using psychological concepts
  • Demonstrate increased respect for human unity and diversity
  • Describe the range of career possibilities with training in Psychology
  • Efficiently use library resources and technology to gather information and solve problems in Psychology
  • Apply ethical principles of psychologists both personally and through socially responsible behaviors

 

BA (Hons) Psychology

This program enables students to analyze real world situations using psychological concepts and demonstrate increased respect for human unity and diversity.

Roadmap for BA (Hons) Psychology

BS (Hons) Psychology

The degree program equips students to describe the range of career possibilities with training in psychology; efficiently use library resources and technology to gather information and solve problems in psychology and apply ethical principles of psychologists both personally and through socially responsible behaviors.

Roadmap for BS (Hons) Psychology

Eligibility criteria For BS (Hons):

  • Students who have passed their Intermediate
  • A- Level students who have cleared at least 3 principal A-Level exams (not AS Level) Equivalence attested from the IBCC Needed .
  • A- Level students who have given their A levels exams in October, November and are awaiting results are eligible to apply, they need to attach a copy of the statement of entry.
  • Students who have done their American High School. Equivalence needed attested from the IBCC .
  • Students who have  done their Intermediate from the Technical Board
  • Students applying for BS (Hons) Biotechnology must have done FSc Pre-Medical or should have studied Biology and Chemistry in A-Level.

Dr Ivan Suneel

Vice Rector of Intermediate Section
Chairperson & Assistant Professor
Consultant Counselor
Guardian Newton Hall

PhD Clinical Psychology (UMT, Lahore)
MS (GC, Lahore)
MSc (PU, Lahore)
ADCP (PU, Lahore)
Room # 338, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 652

Dr Elizabeth Maria Schwaiger

Assistant Professor

PsyD (Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, USA)
MA (Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, USA)
Room # 339, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 653

Dr Shaista Jabeen

Assistant Professor

PhD in Clinical Psychology (PU)
Advanced Diploma in Clinical Psychology (PU)
Room # 336, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 651

Aisha Ateeq

Assistant Professor and Campus Counselor

MSc (Middlesex University, UK)
MSc (PU, Lahore)
Room # 348, Cabin 1, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 651
Counselor's office # 4 Campus Counseling Center, First Floor, Mercy Health Center
Ext: 781

Abia Nazim

Assistant Professor

Currently PhD Candidate (BNU, Lahore)
MS Clinical Psychology (Government College University, Lahore)
ADCP (University of Punjab, Lahore)
Room # 348, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 656

Maryam F Munir

Assistant Professor

MSc (QAU, Islamabad)
MPhil (PU, Lahore)
Room # 348, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 656

Nazia Asif Takkhar

Assistant Professor

MS (GCU Lahore)

Khadija Malik

Lecturer

MPhil (GCU)

Arman Ashraf

Lecturer

M.A Developmental Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University
BS (Hons) Psychology, Forman Christian College
Room # 348, Business and Social Sciences Building
Ext: 656

FOR BA (HONS)

2018 FALL2019 SPRINGTotal Fee Year Excluding tax Per Credit Rate 
Tuition FeeAdmission Fee for Fall AdmissionsSecurity for Fall AdmissionsTotal Tuition FeeAdmission Fee for Spring AdmissionsSecurity for Spring AdmissionsTotal 
BA (Hons)      115,000       15,000       10,000     140,000     115,000       15,000       10,000     140,000           255,000                  7,077

 

FOR BS (HONS)

2018 FALL2019 SPRINGTotal Fee Year Excluding tax Per Credit Rate 
Tuition FeeAdmission Fee for Fall AdmissionsSecurity for Fall AdmissionsTotal Tuition FeeAdmission Fee for Spring AdmissionsSecurity for Spring AdmissionsTotal 
BS (Hons)      115,000       15,000       10,000     140,000     115,000       15,000       10,000     140,000           255,000                  7,077