Department of Psychology


Psychology has become an important discipline now a days due to its relevancy with business, management and economic decision-making process. Department of Psychology is offering BS Psychology (04 years). We aim to produce competent young graduates who will be able to understand the human mind and behavior and will use this knowledge for their well being. The department of psychology intends to enhance the understanding of behavioral and cognitive processes pertaining to the complex human psyche through underpinning the strategic solutions to both individual and societal problems. The department will inculcate the spirit of understanding of human nature among the students. It intends to motivate the students to use basic skills in scientific research, the knowledge of psychological concepts and its applications in other diverse fields of life.

Faculty Members

Prof. Athar CH


Head of Department

Prof. Tariq Mahmood Mughal

Assistant Professor

Prof. Asif Saleem

Assistant Professor

Prof. Asher Naseem

Assistant Professor

Prof. Syed Shahbaz Haider


Prof. Qadeer Ahmad


BS Psychology Program


At least 45% marks in Intermediate or equivalent (Sociology/Psychology/ Education/Economics/Stat/ Philosophy/Pre-Medical) are required to apply.


  • To teach the student generic information about other disciplines relevant to psychology
  • To make the students learn about basics of discipline of psychology
  • To get acquainted the students about different branches of psychology
  • To inculcate research skills in the students by doing thesis or research projects
  • To motivate them to use their knowledge in society
StartingFall Semester
LocationGMC Sialkot
Duration4 Years Full Time

Scheme of Studies

General courses

  • English-I
  • I T- I
  • Islamic Studies
  • Introduction to Sociology-I
  • Introduction to Economics-I
  • • English-II
  • I T-II
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Introduction to Sociology-II
  • Issues of Pakistan Economy
  • English-III
  • Mathematics
  • Introduction to Political Science-I
  • Introduction to Mass Communication
  • International Organization

Compulsory Courses

  • Introduction to Psychology –I + Practicums
  • Introduction to Psychology- II+ Practicums
  • History of Psychology
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Personality Theories-I
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Personality Theories-II
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Introduction to Special Education
  • Neurological Basis of Behavior
  • Mental Health & Psychopathology-I
  • Research Methodology-I
  • Applied Statistics-I
  • Psychological Testing-I
  • Mental Health & Psychopathology-II
  • Experimental Psychology + Practicum
  • Clinical Psychology + Case Study
  • Research Methodology-II
  • Applied Statistics-II
  • Psychological Testing-II
  • Health Psychology
  • Organizational Psychology +Case Study

Elective courses

  • Thesis/Two of the Following Courses
  • Child Psychology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Consumer Psychology
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