At the end of the programme, students should be able to:
- Apply psychological principles to personal, social and organizational issues.
- Integrate major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings and historical trends in organizational and industrial psychology.
- Be critical and creative, having a skeptical inquiry and when possible using scientific approaches to solve problems related to behavior and mental processes.
- Communicate effectively in variety of formats and environment.
- Work effectively and efficiently in team at work place.
- Weigh evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically and reflect other values underpinning psychology as a discipline.
- Develop insight into their own and others behavior and mental processes and apply effectively strategies for continuous self-management and self-improvement.
- Identify, evaluate and consulting issues related to industrial and organizational psychology business sector.
- Apply leadership principles and able to demonstrate leadership competency with confidence.
Study Scheme by Semester:
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introduction to Counseling
- Social Psychology
- Principles of Management
- Islamic and Asian Civilization (TITAS)
- Personality Psychology
- Development Psychology
- Islamic Psychology
- Creativity and Innovation
- Malaysia Dynamic / Arts, Customs and Beliefs of Malaysian
- Academic English Skills
- Statistical in Psychology
- Industrial Psychology
- Biological Psychology
- Micro Counseling
- Cognitive Psychology S
- Science, Technology and Mankind Co-Curriculum
- Psychological Testing and Measurement
- Abnormal Psychology
- Organizational Psychology
- General Elective (Human Development/Globalization)
- Advanced Academic English Skills
- Research Method
- Philosophy of Science and Technology
- Training and Development
- English for Professional Purposes
- Elective 1
- Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
- Behavior Modification
- Consumer Psychology
- Organizational Development
- General Elective (Innovation & Creativity)
- Elective II
- General Elective (Entrepreneurship)
- Undergraduate Project (Writing)
- Cross-Cultural Psychology
- Human Resource Information System
- Safety and Health at Work
- Elective III
- SEMESTER 2
- Industrial Training (Practical)
- Industrial Training (Report)