The AB Psychology program is designed to holistically train students in scientifically study on individuals behavior and mental processes, as affected by internal, relational and social factors. The undergraduate training provides opportunity in teaching, research and practice of Psychology, as well as in pursuing medicine, law and management.
- Exhibit proficiency in discussing and analyzing theories and concepts in Psychology.
- Apply the methods of psychological inquiry in building knowledge on local culture and context.
- Integrate psychological theories and methods in personal context and professional practice.
- Show capability for self-reflection and independent learning in graduate education or in a professional setting.
- Uphold professional and ethical behaviors in research and practice in Psychology.
- Establish harmonious interpersonal relationship with colleagues, clients and others in diverse cultural setting.
- Demonstrate the ability to conduct psychological assessments and evaluation.
- Human Resources Practitioner
- Mental Health Professional
- Social and Community Development Worker
Upon pursuing further/advanced studies:
- Guidance Counselor
- Medical Doctor
ESSENTIAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE
- Case Analyses
- Cultural Immersion
- Disaster Management
- Psychological Testing and Assessment
- Practicum or Hands-on Activity
- Seminars and Technical Trainings
- Quantitative and Qualitative Research experiences