Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology is a beacon for those seeking an alternative to traditional psychology. As part of a bi-dimensional degree that’s research and community work-based, we incorporate a range of transferable skills to help you with future employment prospects, as well as curricular and extracurricular activities, teaching approaches and methodologies that will emphasize your personal, academic and professional growth.
This psychology degree program is recognized globally, and we have a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University
The BSc Psychology degree program covers a variety of major psychological concepts, theories, applications, topics, and research findings that underpin the different fields of Psychology. You will learn how to interpret quantitative visual aids accurately, understand statistics and develop research skills, working to develop essential interpersonal, intrapersonal, and professional communication skills needed for the different fields in psychology, and demonstrate respect for issues related to cultural sensitivity and individual differences.
You will work with individuals and groups to complete projects to develop collaboration skills, and will demonstrate oral and writing communication skills in various formats such as group discussion, debate, lectures, report writing and completing research papers.
In this Bachelors Degree in Psychology program you will be able to specialize in one of two concentrations; Clinical Psychology or Organizational Psychology. In the Clinical Psychology concentration, specialist topics covered include Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Child Clinical Psychology. For the Organizational Psychology concentration, specialist topics covered include Group Dynamics, Media Psychology and Psychology of Leadership & Management.
By studying a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology at Effat University you will be prepared with high quality education, the needed skills, and the positive attitudes that will allow you to examine social and psychological issues in their country and thus promote well-being and serve the community. You will develop into critical thinkers, ethical researchers, compassionate workers, responsible and ambitious people who will contribute to the society's development.