IGNOU MAPC-Master of Arts in Psychology Course & Syllabus

Saturday, 15 December 2012

IGNOU MAPC-Master of Arts in Psychology

IGNOU MAPC programme is being offered by the School of Social Sciences of IGNOU. In the recent past Psychology degree has been in great demand with many schools, hospitals both private and public as well as the voluntary welfare agencies and correctional institutions demanding for psychologists to deal with varied problems of human behaviour.

MA in Psychology (MAPC)
Minimum Duration: 2 Years
Maximum Duration: 5 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 11,500
Minimum Age: No bar 
Maximum Age: No bar 
Eligibility:
Bachelor's degree from a recognised university
Note :- Rs. 6000/-for Ist Year and Rs.5500/-for IInd Year.

IGNOU MAPC-Master of Arts in Psychology Syllabus

First Month

CourseCode    Course NameCredits 
 MPC 001 Cognitive Psychology, Learning and Memory 4
 MPC 002 Life Span Psychology 4
 MPC 003 Personality: Theories and Assessment 4
 MPC 004 Advanced Social Psychology 4
 MPC 005 Research Methods in Psychology 4
 MPC 006 Statistics in Psychology 4
 MPC 007 Practicals: Experimental Psychology and Psychological Testing 8

Second Month

CourseCode    Course NameCredits 
 MPCE 011 Psychopathology 4
 MPCE 012 Psychodiagnostics 4
 MPCE 013 Psychotherapeutic methods 4
 MPCE 014 Practicals: Clinical 6
 MPCE 015 Field Work 8
 MPCE 016 Project 6
 MPCE 021 Counseling Psychology 4
 MPCE 022 Assessment in Counselling and Guidance 4
 MPCE 023 Interventions in counseling 4
 MPCE 024 Practicum in Counselling Psychology 6
 MPCE 025 Internship 8
 MPCE 026 Project 6
 MPCE 031 Organisational Behaviour (OBY) 4
 MPCE 032 Human Resource Development (HRD) 4
 MPCE 033 Organisational Development (OD) 4
 MPCE 034 Practicum: Industrial and Organisational Psychology 6
 MPCE 035 Internship 8
 MPCE 036 Project 6
 BPCE 022 Practicum in clinical psychology 6

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