Department of Education at SZABIST offers BS in educational psychology as a non- teaching program. This program has been designed to meet the international standards in the field of educational psychology which opens multiple doors to facilitate aspired students with diversity and compatibility. The emphasis of the program is not limited to the theoretical aspects but it will abridge practical approach with the educational industry to foster the integration of psychology in education. The outcome of this course would be useful for the graduates to seek master and doctoral programs providing them diversified options in the domains of psychology, education, mental health counselling, school counselling and psychology, and clinical psychology.
The program will seek to develop a holistic program to produce professionals who can understand, interpret and analyze parameters of educational psychology and apply their knowledge for the betterment of education in society.
BS Educational Psychology is a 4 year degree program, consists of 144 credit hours/48 courses including 15 general courses, 19 core courses, 12 major courses, 6 credit hour research project.
For admission in the BS program, the candidate must have completed O-Levels (minimum 8 subjects including 5 compulsory subjects; English, Urdu, Math’s, Islamiat & Pakistan Studies) and A-levels (minimum 3 Subjects)/ 12th Grade/ Intermediate with minimum second division or equivalent from a recognized institution
Computer and web skills
English for general purpose
Islamiat/Ethics and Pak.Studies
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Social Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to Educational Leadership and Management
English for Academic Purposes
Foundation of Education
Introduction to Social Psychology Major-I
School Community and Teacher
Educational Policy and Practice
Culture, Art and Society
Statistical Inferences Major-II
Testing and Evaluation
Intervention, Organization and Practice Sociology of Education
Human Resource Management
Children and Technology: A Global Perspective