St. Aloysius College offers a two-year course in M.Sc. Corporate Psychology. This is an interdisciplinary course, the first of its kind in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts.
- To provide knowledge and skills in the applied field of Corporate Psychology
- To develop an integrated personality required to function as a corporate psychologist
- To provide ample training through necessary practical exposure in Corporate Psychology
- Prepare students to meet the growing needs of counseling and human resource management
- Become skilled and competent with in-depth theoretical knowledge required in the field of corporate sector.
Course Content: The two-year course spread over four semesters includes theory as well as filed practicum.
Candidates who have passed the three year degree examination in Psychology/Commerce/Business Administration/Business Management/ Human Resource Development/Hotel Management/or a degree in Social Work of Mangalore University or any other University considered as equivalent thereto are eligible for the programme provided they have secured a minimum of 45% (40% for SC/ST/Category-I candidates) marks in aggregate Including Languages and Group III subjects.
M.Sc. in Corporate Psychology Syllabus
- Psychological processes
- Organizational psychology
- Psychological assessment
- Human resource management
- Statistics and research methodology
- Organizational behaviour
- Corporate culture and diversity
- Market behaviour and analysis
- PSYCHOMETRIC TESTING –I
- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS TRAINING LAB- I
- PSYCHOMETERIC TESTING-II
- INTERPERSONAL SKILLS TRAINING LAB- II
- CORPORATE COUNSELING
- CORPORATE SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT
On completion of this course students can work as human resource specialists, helping with staffing, training and employee development, screening and recruitment, behavior analyst, corporate psychologist.
Dr Shalini Aiyappa M Sc Ph.D HOD
Dr Babu Thomas M.A, B.Ed, Ph.D
Ms Merita Saldanha M. Sc
Ms Disharag Shetty M.Sc (K-SET)
“The first experience I’ve ever had in presenting a seminar was when I took up my Post Graduate studies. Corporate Psychology has given me so many opportunities in public speaking that I have greatly improved my communication and interpersonal skills.”
“I have realized what I am capable of and have found a platform to exercise my potentials to the fullest”
“I am glad to have found the right course for my career objectives. The subjects we study are all practically applicable and practice- oriented rather than simply theoretical. What we learn is very useful for us to apply in a real work- situation, and not just to reproduce in ink on paper for an examination.”
Shyamala G. Nair
“Corporate Psychology goes beyond the boundaries of classroom teaching and provides us with a lot of opportunities to apply our learning through various practical sessions. Moreover, one full semester of internship provides us a complete work experience and platform to actually apply our three semesters of classes”
“Corporate Psychology at SAC is intense. It is intense because of the kind of exposure we receive and the kind of responsibility that is given to us to develop our own selves. Our professors are more like ‘guides’, in the sense that, they help us to help ourselves and be independent. The amount of self- development and self-study that happens in this course is truly enriching and will take us a long way in life.”
“M.Sc Corporate Psychology has helped me enhance my abilities, knowledge and skills through an environment of self- employment. All in all, it has demonstrated the limitlessness of my opportunities in life shed light on the path that is right for my career.”
“Coming from a background of Commerce, with work experience, Corporate Psychology has enhanced my prospects for growth even further. Between the two choices given to me for my masters studies i.e. MBA and M.Sc Corporate Psychology, I am glad to have chosen the latter as when I compare the topics of study of both, I find them to be similar. CorPsy however gives us intensive training in Psychometric Testing and to develop our own Training session and here the field of management gets coloured with the field of Psychology.”