TA13 - Bachelor of Psychology with Human Resource Development

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Entry On/After 2016/2017
Entry on 2015/2016
Entry on 2014/2015
Entry before 2014/2015
Entry Before 2010/2011

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

  1. Become a psychology officer or professional with a broad knowledge of the fundamental principles in psychology and human resource development with the abilities to manage human problems within individual, organizational and societal contexts.
  2. Demonstrate the abilities to communicate and work in teams effectively.
  3. Demonstrate high standard of ethical conduct and societal responsibilities in managing human problems within individual, organizational and societal contexts.
  4. Undertake life-long learning and can adapt to the changing environments.

Programme Learning Outcomes (PO)

CodeIntended Learning OutcomesTeaching and Learning MethodsAssessment
 
(a) Technical Knowledge and Competencies
PO1 Application of Discipline of Knowledge (Psychology) Ability to apply psychological principles to manage individual, organisational and societal problems Lectures, seminars, discussions, directed reading, report writing, problem solving, problem based learning. Examinations, tests, assignments, problem-based learning exercises, problem-based examinations.
PO2 Application of Discipline of Knowledge (HRD) Ability to apply general knowledge, human resource development principles and theories in organizations Lectures, seminars, discussions, directed reading, report writing, problem solving, problem based learning. Examinations, tests, assignments, problem-based learning exercises, problem-based examinations.
PO3 Integrations and Application of Specific Competency (Psychology) Ability to integrate and demonstrate knowledge and skills of major concepts, theoretical perspectives and emperical findings in psychology Lectures, tutorials, seminars, directed reading, report writing, problem solving, problem-based learning. Examinations, tests, quizzes, laboratory reports,assignments, group projects, academic project report.
PO4 Integrations and Application of Specific Competency (HRD) Ability to integrate and demonstrate human resource development knowledge and skills in solving organizational problems Lectures, tutorials, seminars, directed reading, report writing, problem solving, problem-based learning. Examinations, tests, quizzes, laboratory reports,assignments, group projects, academic project report.
 
(b) Generic Skills
PO5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving skills Ability to demonstrate critical and creative thinking by using scientific approaches to understand, analyse and manage individual, organisational and societal problems Group projects, case study research, discussions. Examinations, tests, quiz, presentation, seminar, discussion, cooperative learning, problem based learning, group project and individual report
PO6 Communication Skills Ability to communicate effectively in variety of contexts Lectures, group project, practicum, discussions, academic project, laboratory activities Examination, tests, presentations, practicum report, academic project report
PO7 Social skills, Teamwork and Responsibilites Ability to work in a team effectively and efficiently Seminars, discussions, group projects, simulations, practicum Group presentation, practicum report, assignment
PO8 Ethics, Values, Attitudes and Professionalism Ability to demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in research and management of individual, organisational and societal problems Lectures, discussions, group work, case study Examination, tests, group assignment, practicum report, academic project report.
PO9 Information Management and Lifelong Learning Skills Ability to independently seek, acquire and manage relevant information from a variety of sources for continuous self-development and lifelong learning Lectures, case study, discussion, practicum, group projects, laboratory training.academic project. Examinations, tests
PO10 Entrepreneurship skills Ability to identify and analyse entrepreneurship opportunities Self-directed readings, case study, practicum, projects. Practicum report assignment.
PO11 Leadership skills Ability to lead using leadership principles with confidence Lecture, case study, role play, seminar Project presentation, practicum and examination

Curriculum Structure

ComponentsMQA requirements (Credits)MQA requirements (Percentage)Courses offered (Credits)Courses offered (Percentage)
Compulsory Modules 12-15 10-13 20
* including 3 English courses (ULAB)
16
Discipline Core : Course Work** 45-60 38-50 54 42
Minor Core: Course Work in HRD 21-36 18-30 30 23
Discipline Core : Research Project 6-9 5-8 6 5
Discipline Core : Industrial Training 6-12 5-13 12 9
Elective Course Work 0-27 0-23 6 5
Total credit hours for graduation     128 100


MINIMUM GRADUATING CREDIT – 128
** Discipline core must cover all 8 Knowledge Areas highlighted in page 14 – 15 (Programme Standard: Psychology)

Programme structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered in full-time mode and based on two semesters for each year. Academic year with several subjects being delivered and assessed in minimum of eight semesters.

Assessment
: Maximum 50% examination
: Minimum 50% coursework

Award requirements:
To graduate student should:

  • Achieve a total of 128 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0.
  • Pass the Industrial Training.
  • Complete and pass the Undergraduate Final Year Project.

Study Scheme by Semester

Year 1

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 1013 Introduction to Psychology 3 SHAY 1023 Introduction to Counselling 3
SHAY 1033 Developmental Psychology 3 SHAY 1043 Personality Psychology 3
SHAY 1063 Social Psychology 3 SHAY 1093 Biological Psychology 3
SHAD 2023 Human Resource Management 3 SHAR 1013 Principles of Human Resource Development 3
UICI 1012 Islamic and Asian Civilization (TITAS) 2 SHAY
1083
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
3
UHAS 1172 Malaysia Dynamic / Arts, Customs and Beliefs of Malaysian 2 ULAB 1122 Academic English Skills 2
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 17

Year 2

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 2053 Statistics in Psychology 3 SHAY 2013 Psychological Testing and Measurement 3
SHAR 1043 Training Needs Analysis 3 SHAY 2063 Abnormal Psychology 3
SHAY 2093 Ethics in Psychology 3 SHAR 2023 Instructional Design 3
SHAY 2043 Micro Counseling 3 SHAD 2013 Entrepreneurship 3
SHAY 2083 Cognitive Psychology 3 SHAY 2103 Islamic Psychology 3
UICI 2022 Science, Technology and Mankind 2 ULAB 2122 Advanced Academic English Skills 2
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 17

Year 3

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 3013 Research Method 3 SHAY 3092 Undergraduate Project (Proposal) 2
SHAR 3053 Safety and Health at Work 3 SHAY 3043 Behaviour Modification 3
SHAR 2083 Career Development 3 SHAR 2073 Employment Relations 3
SHAR 3013 Programme Evaluation 3 SHAY 3023 Ergonomics 3
ULAB 3162 English for Professional Purposes 2 UHAS 2122 General Elective (Creative and Critical Thinking) 2
SHAD 2023 HRM 3 UHAS 2012 General Elective (Social Entrepreneurship) 2
      UHAS Xxx2 General Elective (Human Development) 2
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 17

Year 4

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 4044 Undergraduate Project (Writing) 4 SHAY 4058 Industrial Training (Practical) 8
SHAY 4013 Cross-Cultural Psychology 3 SHAY 4064 Industrial Training (Report) 4
SHAY 4043 Positive Psychology 3      
SHAR 3063 Organizational Development 3      
SHAY 4xx3 Elective II 3      
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 12
TOTAL CREDITS 131

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

(Students are given an option to choose 2 courses among the 6 courses listed)

Elective 1: Year 3, Semester 1
CodeCourseCredit
SHAY 3073 Group Counselling 3
SHAY 3103 Clinical Psychology 3
SHAY 3053 Consumer Psychology 3
Elective 2: Year 4, Semester 1
CodeCourseCredit
SHAY 4053 Group Communication 3
SHAY 4083 Conflict Management 3
SHAY 4023 Health Psychology 3

 

 

Programme Objectives

At the end of the programme, students should be able to:

  1. Apply psychological principles to personal, social and organizational issues.
  2. Integrate major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings and historical trends in organizational and industrial psychology.
  3. Be critical and creative, having a sceptical inquiry and when possible using scientific approaches to solve problems related to behaviour and mental processes.
  4. Communicate effectively in variety of formats and environment.
  5. Work effectively and efficiently in team at work place.
  6. Weigh evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically and reflect other values underpinning psychology as a discipline.
  7. Develop insight into their own and others behaviour and mental processes and apply effectively strategies for continuous self-management and self-improvement.
  8. Identify, evaluate and consulting issues related to industrial and organizational psychology business sector.
  9. Apply leadership principles and able to demonstrate leadership competency with confidence.

Program structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered in full-time mode and based on two semester for each year. Academic year with several subjects being delivered and assessed in minimum of eight semester.

Assessment: Maximum 50% examination and minimum 50% coursework

Award requirements:
To graduate, student should,
- Achieve a total of 131 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0
- Pass the Industrial Training
- Complete and pass the Undergraduate Final Year Project

Study Scheme by Semester

Year 1

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 1013 Pengenalan Psikologi
Introduction to Psychology
3 SHAY 1043 Psikologi Personaliti
Personality Psychology
3
SHAY 1023 Pengenalan Kaunseling
Introduction to Counseling
3 SHAY 1053 Psikologi Perkembangan
Development Psychology
3
SHAY 1033 Psikologi Sosial
Social Psychology
3 SHAY 1063 Psikologi Islam
Islamic Psychology
3
SHAD 1033 Prinsip Pengurusan
Principles of Management
3 SHAY 1073 Kreativiti dan Inovasi
Creativity and Innovation
3
UICI 1012 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
Islamic and Asian Civilization (TITAS)
2 UHAS 1172/
UHAS 1162
Dinamika Malaysia
Malaysia Dynamic / Arts, Customs and Beliefs of Malaysian
2
      ULAB 1122 Academic English Skills 2
      UKQX 1xx1 Ko-Kurikulum
Co-Curriculum
2
TOTAL 14 TOTAL 18

 

Year 2

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 2053 Statistik dalam Psikologi
Statistical in Psychology
3 SHAY 2013 Ujian dan Pengukuran Psikologi
Psychological Testing and Measurement
3
SHAY 2023 Psikologi Industri
Industrial Psychology
3 SHAY 2063 Psikologi Abnormal
Abnormal Psychology
3
SHAY 2033 Psikologi Biologi
Biological Psychology
3 SHAY 2073 Psikologi Organisasi
Organizational Psychology
3
SHAY 2043 Kaunseling Mikro
Micro Counseling
3 SHAY 2093 Etika dalam Psikologi
Ethics in Psychology
3
SHAY 2083 Psikologi Kognitif
Cognitive Psychology S
3 SHAD 2013 Keusahawanan
Entrepreneurship
3
UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Mankind
2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Pembangunan Insaniah / Globalisasi)
General Elective (Human Development/Globalization)
-
UHAS2142 (Leadership in Organization)
2
      ULAB 2122 Advanced Academic English Skills 2
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 19

 

Year 3

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 3013 Kaedah Penyelidikan
Research Method
3 SHAY 3092 Projek Sarjana Muda (Cadangan)
Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
2
SHAY 3023 Ergonomik
Ergonomics
3 SHAY 3043 Modifikasi Tingkah Laku
Behaviour Modification
3
SHAY 3033 Falsafah Sains dan Teknologi
Philosophy of Science and Technology
3 SHAY 3053 Psikologi Pengguna
Consumer Psychology
3
SHAY 3063 Latihan dan Pembangunan
Training and Development
3 SHAR 3063 Pembangunan Organisasi
Organizational Development
3
ULAB 3162 English for Professional Purposes 2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Inovasi & Kreativiti)
General Elective (Innovation & Creativity)
- UHAS2122 (Creative and Critical Thinking)
2
 SHAD 2023 Human Resource Management  3 SHAY 3xx3 Elektif I
Elective I
3
      Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Keusahawanan)
General Elective (Entrepreneurship)
- UHAS2012 (Social Entrepreneurship)
2
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 18

Year 4

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 4044 Projek Sarjana Muda (Penulisan)
Undergraduate Project (Writing)
4 SHAY 4058 Latihan Industri (Praktikal)
Industrial Training (Practical)
8
SHAY 4013 Psikologi Silang-Budaya
Cross-Cultural Psychology
3 SHAY 4064 Latihan Industri (Laporan)
Industrial Training (Report)
4
SHAR 3023 Sistem Maklumat Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Information System
3      
SHAR 3053 Keselamatan dan Kesihatan di Tempat Kerja
Safety and Health at Work
3      
SHAY 4xx3 Elektif II
Elective II
- SHAY4083 (Conflict Management)
3      
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 12
TOTAL CREDITS 131

Career Prospects and Career Paths

I-O psychology is a diverse field with opportunities in several different areas. Many I-O psychologists work in business in positions dealing with worker productivity, employee training and assessment, and human resources. Other I-O psychologists work in research or academic positions. Specific specialty areas in I-O psychology include human-computer interaction and human factors. Consulting opportunities are also available for experienced I-O psychologists.

Cross Campus and Outreach Programs

Students are given an opportunity to enrol in participating universities. The grades and up to 1/3 of the total credits are transferable. At the moment, local universities that are offering similar programme participate in this program. Every year the university is organizing visit to foreign higher institute of learning and students are encouraged to participate at a subsidised cost.

UTM Degree ++ Program

Students are encouraged to enrol in certificate programs offered by the university during weekends and semester breaks.

Facilities available

List of Facilities:

  1. Smart Classroom 1 to 12
  2. Language Digital Laboratories (5)
  3. Computer Lab
  4. Library
  5. Lecture Theatres
  6. Resource Room
  7. Students activity room
  8. E-learning
  9. Internet/WIFI
  10. Cafeteria
  11. Sport and recreational facilities
  12. Wellness centre Reading and discussion tables

Programme Objectives

At the end of the programme, students should be able to:

  1. Apply psychological principles to personal, social and organizational issues.
  2. Integrate major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings and historical trends in organizational and industrial psychology.
  3. Be critical and creative, having a sceptical inquiry and when possible using scientific approaches to solve problems related to behaviour and mental processes.
  4. Communicate effectively in variety of formats and environment.
  5. Work effectively and efficiently in team at work place.
  6. Weigh evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically and reflect other values underpinning psychology as a discipline.
  7. Develop insight into their own and others behaviour and mental processes and apply effectively strategies for continuous self-management and self-improvement.
  8. Identify, evaluate and consulting issues related to industrial and organizational psychology business sector.
  9. Apply leadership principles and able to demonstrate leadership competency with confidence.

Program structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered in full-time mode and based on two semester for each year. Academic year with several subjects being delivered and assessed in minimum of eight semester.

Assessment: Maximum 50% examination and minimum 50% coursework

Award requirements:
To graduate, student should,
- Achieve a total of 131 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0
- Pass the Industrial Training
- Complete and pass the Undergraduate Final Year Project

Study Scheme by Semester

Year 1

 
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 1013 Pengenalan Psikologi
Introduction to Psychology
3 SHAY 1043 Psikologi Personaliti
Personality Psychology
3
SHAY 1023 Pengenalan Kaunseling
Introduction to Counseling
3 SHAY 1053 Psikologi Perkembangan
Development Psychology
3
SHAY 1033 Psikologi Sosial
Social Psychology
3 SHAY 1063 Psikologi Islam
Islamic Psychology
3
SHAD 1033 Prinsip Pengurusan
Principles of Management
3 SHAY 1073 Kreativiti dan Inovasi
Creativity and Innovation
3
UICI 1012 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
Islamic and Asian Civilization (TITAS)
2 UHAS 1172/
UHAS 1162
Dinamika Malaysia
Malaysia Dynamic / Arts, Customs and Beliefs of Malaysian
2
UKQX 1xx1 Ko-Kurikulum
Co-Curriculum
1 ULAB 1122 Academic English Skills 2
           
TOTAL 15 TOTAL 16

 

Year 2

 
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 2053 Statistik dalam Psikologi
Statistical in Psychology
3 SHAY 2013 Ujian dan Pengukuran Psikologi
Psychological Testing and Measurement
3
SHAY 2023 Psikologi Industri
Industrial Psychology
3 SHAY 2063 Psikologi Abnormal
Abnormal Psychology
3
SHAY 2033 Psikologi Biologi
Biological Psychology
3 SHAY 2073 Psikologi Organisasi
Organizational Psychology
3
SHAY 2043 Kaunseling Mikro
Micro Counseling
3 SHAY 2093 Etika dalam Psikologi
Ethics in Psychology
3
SHAY 2083 Psikologi Kognitif
Cognitive Psychology S
3 SHAD 2013 Keusahawanan
Entrepreneurship
3
UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Mankind
2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Pembangunan Insaniah / Globalisasi)
General Elective (Human Development/Globalization)
-
UHAS2142 (Leadership in Organization)
2
UKQX 1xx1 Ko-Kurikulum
Co-Curriculum
1 ULAB 2122 Advanced Academic English Skills 2
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 19

 

Year 3

 
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 3013 Kaedah Penyelidikan
Research Method
3 SHAY 3092 Projek Sarjana Muda (Cadangan)
Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
2
SHAY 3023 Ergonomik
Ergonomics
3 SHAY 3043 Modifikasi Tingkah Laku
Behaviour Modification
3
SHAY 3033 Falsafah Sains dan Teknologi
Philosophy of Science and Technology
3 SHAY 3053 Psikologi Pengguna
Consumer Psychology
3
SHAY 3063 Latihan dan Pembangunan
Training and Development
3 SHAR 3063 Pembangunan Organisasi
Organizational Development
3
ULAB 3162 English for Professional Purposes 2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Inovasi & Kreativiti)
General Elective (Innovation & Creativity)
- UHAS2122 (Creative and Critical Thinking)
2
 SHAD 2023 Human Resource Management  3 SHAY 3xx3 Elektif I
Elective I
3
      Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Keusahawanan)
General Elective (Entrepreneurship)
- UHAS2012 (Social Entrepreneurship)
2
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 18

Year 4

 
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAY 4044 Projek Sarjana Muda (Penulisan)
Undergraduate Project (Writing)
4 SHAY 4058 Latihan Industri (Praktikal)
Industrial Training (Practical)
8
SHAY 4013 Psikologi Silang-Budaya
Cross-Cultural Psychology
3 SHAY 4064 Latihan Industri (Laporan)
Industrial Training (Report)
4
SHAR 3023 Sistem Maklumat Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Information System
3      
SHAR 3053 Keselamatan dan Kesihatan di Tempat Kerja
Safety and Health at Work
3      
SHAY 4xx3 Elektif II
Elective II
- SHAY4083 (Conflict Management)
3      
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 12
TOTAL CREDITS 131

Career Prospects and Career Paths

I-O psychology is a diverse field with opportunities in several different areas. Many I-O psychologists work in business in positions dealing with worker productivity, employee training and assessment, and human resources. Other I-O psychologists work in research or academic positions. Specific specialty areas in I-O psychology include human-computer interaction and human factors. Consulting opportunities are also available for experienced I-O psychologists.

Cross Campus and Outreach Programs

Students are given an opportunity to enrol in participating universities. The grades and up to 1/3 of the total credits are transferable. At the moment, local universities that are offering similar programme participate in this program. Every year the university is organizing visit to foreign higher institute of learning and students are encouraged to participate at a subsidised cost.

UTM Degree ++ Program

Students are encouraged to enrol in certificate programs offered by the university during weekends and semester breaks.

Facilities available

List of Facilities:

  1. Smart Classroom 1 to 12
  2. Language Digital Laboratories (5)
  3. Computer Lab
  4. Library
  5. Lecture Theatres
  6. Resource Room
  7. Students activity room
  8. E-learning
  9. Internet/WIFI
  10. Cafeteria
  11. Sport and recreational facilities
  12. Wellness centre Reading and discussion tables

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Programme Objectives:

  1. To provide graduates with sufficient basic knowledge and skills in psychology as well as in industrial and organizational psychology
  2. To produce psychologists who are trained and capable of functioning as a manager, administrator, researcher, consultant and academic staff in any public and private sector organization.
  3. To produce graduates who are qualified to be accredited by national and international psychological professional body.
  4. To produce graduates who are capable of applying their psychological knowledge and skills effectively and efficiently with full integrity when pursuing their career.
  5. To produce graduates who are knowledgeable and skillfull in conducting diagnosis activities, evaluating problems, and suggesting a practical solution on human problems in any organization as well as in the society.
  6. To develop creativity and innovative among students.


Career Prospects and Career Path: I-O psychology is a diverse field with opportunities in several different areas. Many I-O psychologists work in business in positions dealing with worker productivity, employee training and assessment, and human resources. Other I-O psychologists work in research or academic positions. Specific specialty areas in I-O psychology include human-computer interaction and human factors. Consulting opportunities are also available for experienced I-O psychologists.

Curriculum:
Year 1 Semester 1:
SHY1013 Intro. to Psychology
SHY1023 Intro. to Counseling
SHY1033 Social Psychology
SHD1513 Principle of Management
UHS1152 Ethnic Relations
UQX1xx1 Ko-Kurikulum

Year 1 Semester 2:
ULT 1022 TITAS
SHY1043 Personality Psychology
SHY1053 Developmental Psychology
SHY1063 Islamic Psychology
SHY1073 Creativity & Innovation
UHB1412 English for Academic Comm

Year 2 Semester 1:
ULT 2xx2 ULT Elective (FTI)
SHY2013 Psychological Testing and Measurement
SHY2023 Industrial Psychology
SHY2033 Biological Psychology
SHY2043 Micro Counseling
SHY2083 Cognitive Psychology
UQX2xx1 Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 2:
UHS2092 Profesional Ethic
SHY2053 Statistic in Psychology
SHY2073 Organisational Psychology
SHY2063 Abnormal Psychology
SHD 2413 Entrepreneur
UHB2422 Advance English for Academic Comm

Year 3 Semester 1:
SHY3013 Research Methodology
SHY3023 Ergonomics
SHY3033 Science & Technology Philosophy
SHY3063 Training & Development
UHB3XX2 English Language Elective
SHX3xx3 Chosen Elective 1

Year 3 Semester 2:
SHY3012 Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
SHY3043 Behaviour Modification
SHY3053 Consumer Psychology
SHR3203 Organisational Development
SHX3xx3 Chosen Elective 2
UHS3052 Leadership in Organization
UHX3xx2 University Elective

Year 4 Semester 1:
SHY4064 Undergraduate Project (Writing)
SHY4073 Cross-Cultural Psychology
SHR3173 Human Resource Information System
SHR3193 Occupational Safety and Health
SHX3xx3 Chosen Elective 3

icon Download Program Specification SHY (103.21 kB)

The program is designed with these following objectives: to provide graduates with sufficient basic knowledge and skills in psychology as well as in industrial and organizational psychology;to produce psychologists who are trained and capable of functioning as a manager, administrator, researcher, consultant and academic staff in any public and private sector organization; to produce graduates who are qualified to be accredited by the national and international psychological professional body; to produce graduates who are capable of applying their psychological knowledge and skills effectively and efficiently with full integrity when pursuing their career; to produce graduates who are knowledgeable and skilful in conducting diagnosis activities, evaluating problems, and suggesting a practical solution on human problems in any organization as well as in society; to develop creativity and innovation among the students and academic staff to promote better quality of life at individual, organizational and community level.

 
Programme Objectives:

  1. To provide graduates with sufficient basic knowledge and skills in psychology as well as in industrial and organisational psychology;
  2. To produce psychologists who are trained and capable of functioning as a manager, administrator, researcher, consultant and academic staff in any public and private sector organisation;
  3. To produce graduates who are qualified to be accredited by the national and international psychological professional body;
  4. To produce graduates who are capable of applying their psychological knowledge and skills effectively and efficiently with full integrity when pursuing their career;
  5. To produce graduates who are knowledgeable and skilful in conducting diagnosis activities, evaluating problems, and suggesting a practical solution on human problems in any organisation as well as in society;
  6. To develop creativity and innovation among the students and academic staff to promote better quality of life at individual, organisational and community level.


Career prospects: Graduates of the programme can work as psychology officer, psychology consultant, counselor, clinical psychology, administration officer, researcher / behavioral analyst and any education field.

Curriculum:
Year 1 Semester 1:
ULT1022 Islamic and Asian Civilisation
SHY1013 Introduction to Psychology
SHY1023 Introduction to Counseling
SHY1033 Social Psychology
SHY1042 Innovation and Creativity
SHD1513 Principles of Management

Year 1 Semester 2:
UHS1152 Ethnic Relations
SHY1053 Pscyhology of Personality
SHY1063 Statistics
SHY1073 Developmental Psychology
SHY1083 Islamic Psychology
UHB1412 English for Academic Communication
UQX1XX1 Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 1:
ULT2XX2 Elective (PPIPS)
SHY2013 Psychological Testing and Measurement
SHY2023 Industrial Psychology
SHY2033 Cognitive Psychology
SHY2043 Biological Psychology
SHY2053 Training and Development
UQX2XX1 Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 2:
UHS2092 Professional Ethics
SHY2063 Research Method in Psychology
SHY2073 Organizational Psychology
SHY2083 Abnormal Psychology
SHP3433 Occupational Safety and Health
UHB2422 Advanced English for Academic Communication

Short Semester:
SHY2094 Practicum

Year 3 Semester 1:
SHY3012 Philosophy of Science and Technology
SHY3023 Ergonomics
SHY3033 Consumer Psychology
SHY3042 Academic Project (Proposal)
SHY3052 Group Communication
SHP3373 Organisational Development
UHB3XX2 English Elective

Year 3 Semester 2:
SHP2393 Behaviour and Behaviour Modification
SHY3064 Academic Project (Report)
SHY3073 Cross-Cultural Psychology
SHP3423 Human Resource Information System
SHY3083 Conflict Management