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Arts Courses – Psychology and Sociology

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Arts Psychology and Sociology

Psychology and Sociology are defined as the scientific study of people that go hand in hand. Study of both helps us to understand the emotions, relationship, and behaviour of another human being in a much better way. Being the same goal and objective to achieve, the study of Psychology and Sociology differ from each other in many ways. Psychology is defined as the study of behaviour and mind including conscious and unconscious aspects whereas Sociology is the study of social behaviour or society. If you are the person who is fascinated by the investigation of the reason of behind the human/society behaviour in a certain situation then this is the right course for you to give direction in that way.

Career option:
Psychologists and sociologists are one of the common options that come in our mind when we talk Career Opportunities for Psychology and Sociology students for which you need to study Bachelors of Arts in Psychology/Sociology. But let us talk about the real jobs that you can get or can aim for. Nowadays job opportunity for psychology and sociology graduate is increasing due to so much competition and stress in the society. Admission counsellor, behavioural therapist, career counsellor, child care worker, relation representative, marriage counsellor, psychiatric social worker, rehab counsellor, substance abuse counsellor are among the few job titles that are quite in demand these days. Career opportunities are vast for the students of Psychology and Sociology as from school to corporate world are in need of these experts. You might even get a chance to work with Red Cross and NGOs.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Minimum qualification required is 10+2 pass in any stream.
  • Minimum 45% marks are required to qualify the examination (3 best elective subjects+1 language-based subjects).

Famous people for inspiration:

  • AshisNandy – an Indian political psychologist, also received the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize
  • Andre Beteille Sociologist and writer
  • Nancy Fraser Philosopher

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