BS Clinical Psychology

Program Description

Clinical psychology takes general psychology a step ahead. While psychologists study the fundamentals of mental behaviors and processes, clinical psychologists apply these principles in real-world situations. They translate basic concepts into practical approaches that are used to diagnose and treat mental illnesses or disorders in patients. This program is designed to prepare professionals at graduate levels as clinical psychologists, child psychologists, clinical case managers, counseling psychologists, medical psychologists, psychotherapists, rehabilitation psychologists, school psychologists, and substance abuse counselors.

Program Objectives

  • To inculcate psychology skills in young, dynamic psychologists of the country.
  • To perform a lead role in preparing competent professionals, nurtured with vision, and a strong commitment to the obligations of this profession.
  • To improve the academic standard in this region through the generation, assimilation, and dissemination of knowledge in clinical psychology.
  • To organize and participate in national, regional, and international seminars and conferences in different aspects of psychology to share experiences and forge academic bonds with the community.
  • To make a significant and meaningful contribution to the social betterment of Pakistan through the development of these human resources.

Minimum Eligibility Criteria

The University welcomes applications from students who have successfully completed up to Grade 12 schooling. The more specific criteria follow:

  • FSc (Pre-Engineering / Pre-Medical).
  • Intermediate with Arts or General Science or Commerce.
  • Advanced Levels (A’ Levels).
  • Minimum 45% or equivalent marks in intermediate or equivalent qualification.
  • Any other equivalent grade 12 degree approved by the Ministry of Education.
  • The students with 14 years of education BA / BSc in the relevant field or equivalent securing minimum CGPA of 2.5/ second division (in annual system) may be admitted in the 5th (bridging) semester of the program to avail two years exemption on case to case basis.