Academics | Faculties | FACULTY OF HUMANITIES | Department of Psychology, Education, and Physical Education | Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Industrial | NDU

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In line with the mission of NDU, the program of the B.A. in Psychology provides the basic training in the scientific understanding of human mind and behavior in its intrapersonal, interpersonal and social dimensions. The student acquires in-depth knowledge of the main theories, research, methods and applications of psychology while developing scientific and critical thinking. It is a program that can lead to several opportunities in public service, education, and workplace that aims at enhancing the functioning of individuals in their environment and prepares the undergraduate student for graduate studies.


Program Educational Objectives

The graduates of the program should be able to:

  1. 1.Lead a productive career in their chosen concentration area;
  2. 2.Apply their learned skills to analyze current issues in psychology and propose means of addressing them;
  3. 3.Work with professionals in organizations and various institutions that deal with various issues related to psychology.


Program Learning Outcomes

Upon graduation, students should be able to:


  1. 1.Demonstrate knowledge of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology;
  2. 2.Apply basic research methods, including research design, data analysis, and interpretation;
  3. 3.Use psychological and physiological principles to personal, social, and organizational issues;
  4. 4.Analyze the complexity of socio-cultural diversity and interpret resulting data.

The psychology program at NDU is specifically developed to promote the ability to deliver service skills within the community. At the B.A. level, students will not be qualified to function independently as practicing psychologists; however, they will be able to cope with work in a community setting. The program will train a student to be aware of problems that exist and of the possible approaches to resolve them. Using psychological assessment, strategies, and methods of intervention, the student will work within the community, continuously evaluating the ways to a better adjustment within it in relation to psychological, physical, social, political, and religious domains.


Admission Requirements

For a student to be admitted to the program, a grade of “C” or above is required in the following courses: PSL 201, STA 202, ENL 213, ENL 223. All first-year applicants must complete the Admission Requirements.



Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate, a student must meet the General Education Requirements, and successfully complete a total of 97 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0/4.0, and a minimum average of 2.3/4.0 in the major and concentration requirements.



Liberal Arts Curriculum (30cr.)

Free Elective (1cr.)


Total 97 Credits
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