Psychology & Sociology Program
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What Guides the Minds and Behaviors of Humans in their Interactions?
Psychology & Sociology Program
Who are we, and how do we shape our world?
In this program, you’ll explore both the nature of the individual and society. Studying Psychology and Sociology allows you to explore a large and fascinating world – human beings' fundamental nature and how that nature shapes our social environment. Studying people, society and the science of the mind help us understand what shapes different behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes in different communities and parts of the world.
By exploring the cultural, political, economic, and human factors that influence the way we live, we can research and formulate solutions to social issues from a more informed place. You'll get an in-depth understanding of Psychology and Sociology plus research, presentation, writing, critical analysis, and listening skills. You'll learn to use diverse information sets to employ a contextual and holistic approach to social issues and problems.
Psychology with Sociology focuses on making a difference to self and society by exploring aspects of both of these disciplines. You will engage psychological theory and research on our Psychology and Sociology degree, exploring how this knowledge is applied to real-world personal and social issues. This program enables you to explore both the human experience's personal and social nature from different perspectives.
The academic staff of Psychology and Sociology at Galala University challenge students to think critically about behavioral, mental, and social processes.These objectives are implemented through a well-based curriculum that focuses on applying scientific thinking, respect for the diversity of human experiences, and understanding how Psychology and Sociology contribute to the improvement of the human condition.
To graduate from this program, students must study 128 credit hours, which are classified into 3 different levels as follows:
- University Requirements: include a total of 20 Credit Hours, divided into 14 Credit Hours for 7 mandatory courses and 6 Credit Hours for 3 elective courses.
- Faculty Requirements: include a total of 24 Credit Hours, divided into 15 Credit Hours for 5 courses and 9 Credit Hours for 3 elective courses.
- Specialized Requirements include a total of 84 Credit Hours, divided into 60 Credit Hours for 20 mandatory courses and 24 Credit Hours for 8 elective courses.
Through a broad curriculum and the support of our staff, who are leaders in their field, students will engage with real issues and develop fresh insights and solutions to help improve people's lives from a psychological and social perspective.
You will learn to evaluate evidence, approach problems from multiple angles, and build your expertise in research, analysis, and communication. Moreover you will carry out your own research projects to develop, test, and apply new solutions to contemporary social and psychology-related issues.
Graduates of this program will be able to:
- Identify normal and abnormal behavior.
- Define the ethical issues related to psychology and sociology.
- Understand and analyze levels of psycho metrics (quantitative and qualitative analysis in psychology and sociology).
- Identify the biological and neurological basis of behavior.
- Draw psychological and sociological connotations from statistical data.
- Apply psychological tests, administer questionnaires and acquire the ability to analyze and interpret their results.
- Prepare reports of interviews and case studies.
The broad skills and industry-focused experience our students gain will make them attractive to a wide range of employers. Graduates could pursue a career in Research, Education, Social Work, Charity Work or Counseling. They can further pursue their post graduate studies.
Graduates of this program can work as:
- Admissions Counselor.
- Behavioral Therapist.
- Career Counselor.
- Child Care Worker.
- Health Care Social Worker.
- Hospital Administrator.
- Housing/Student Life Coordinator.
- Human Resources Assistant.
- Job Analyst.
- Market Research Analyst.
- Marriage Counselor.
- Nursing Home Administrator.
- Psychiatric Social Worker.
- Rehabilitation Counselor.
- School Psychologist.
- School Social Worker.
- Social Worker.
- Substance Abuse Counselor.
- Youth Counselor
Galala Plateau , Attaka , Suez