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I am surprised by your career concern.
BBA being a management under-graduate course, how did you develop interest and knowledge about the psychology field? Are you sure that you are interested in psychology and would like to continue in that career whole life? I hope you are not taking such decision under anyone's influence or too much friendly advices. Firstly I would suggest you to re-think about decision and thinking.
Psychology course can be pursued at under graduate and post graduate level.
After BBA you can go for MA Psychology.
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Its really interesting to hear from a management student who wish to make their career in the field of psychology and not in the management. Very few of the students think of make a career in psychology especially from the Management side.
Psychology is one of the interesting subject to learn and yes definitely a good career option these days. Psychology is one of the oldest profession that has been very much practised.
Today Psychology is one of the most preferred career option. whereas there are many career opportunities these days in the field of Psychology.
Psychology is the study of the Human mind and its behaviour. By studying the Psychology,Psychologist tackle the real problem of the client and try the client to get out of the problem.
In order to make a career in the Psychology one can either complete a Degree in Psychology from Arts. Whereas the other option is one can apply for the MA course in Psychology after Graduation from any stream.
One can pursue a specialisation in Psychology as per their choice from the following subjects-
As per your interest you can pursue your MA in Psychology.
So you are eligible for the MA Psychology on successfully completing your graduation with minimum 55%.
Here is the list of some universities for Psychology-
1.SNDT Womens Unievrsity
2.University of Calcutta
3.University of Madras
6.University of Delhi
You can apply to any of the above mentioned universities.
I hope you find this information useful and helpful for you.
Feel free to get in touch again for any further career queries.
Wish you Good Luck
Warm Regards,Prathamesh kapote
I would just like to add here that Masters is a specialization to the Graduate degree one pursue. In short knowing about a subject in details.
Thus though you could pursue a MA in Psychology, please note that before you apply and get a seat, you would have to appear for 6 papers in Psychology, similiar to what a full time BA in Psychology student has studied. Only then you would be eligible.
In-case if you do not wish to appear for the papers, then please note that, then you would be eligible for MA in Special education and MA in guidance and counseling as well as few University offers you MA in Counseling ( General Counseling)
Wish you good luck
Hoe you are doing good.
You could go in for some certificate courses or PG diploma offered by institutions like Indian Institute of Counselling. Many institutions offer distance learning/online programs that you can choose. Once you complete these certificate/diploma programs you can go for a formal MA Degree.
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