The curriculum of B.Sc Medical with Botany as one of the subjects offers essential knowledge and technical skills to study plants in a holistic manner. Students would be trained in all areas of plant biology using a unique combination of core papers in all the six semesters. Students would be exposed to cutting-edge technologies that are currently used in the study of plant life forms, their evolution and interactions with other organisms within the ecosystem. Students would also become aware of the social and environmental significance of plants and their relevance to the national economy.


Sem-1 Course No. UBOTC101 Diversity of microbes and Cryptogams
Sem-2 Course No. UBOTC201 Characteristics and Systematics of seed plants
Sem-3 Course No. UBOTC301 Plant Anatomy, Embryology and Ecology
Sem-4 Course No. UBOTC401 Plant Physiology and Metabolism
Sem-5 Course No. UBOTC501 Cell Biology and Genetics
Sem-6 Course No. UBOTC601 Economic Botany and Biotechnology

Course Outcomes of Botany

The course imparts knowledge on various fields of plant biology through teaching, interactions and practical classes. Students would gain wide knowledge as follow:
CO1: Understand the scope of microbiology in terms of human welfare
CO2. Understand the structure and reproduction in Viruses and the outbreak of viral diseases. CO3. Understand the structure & role of Bacteria and Cyanobacteria.
CO4. Understand the thallus structure & diversity in Algae. Understand the life cycle pattern of Algae, Algal blooms and their environmental impacts.
CO5. To study the thallus structure & diversity in Fungi and Lichens and appreciate their economic importance and role in environment as scavengers and food.
CO6: Understand the organization and reproduction in Bryophytea, life cycle pattern and potential role of mosses in monitoring air pollution.
CO6. Understand the organization and reproduction in Pteridophytes, life cycle pattern origin and evolution of stellar system, heterospory and origin of seed habit.
CO7. To study and understand the fossils, fossil flora, determination of age of fossils and their relevance in understanding evolution of life forms.
CO8. To study and understand the first seed plants- gymnosperms, their diversity, evolution and distribution.
CO9. Identify problems and independently propose solutions using creative approaches, acquired through interdisciplinary experiences, and a depth and breadth of knowledge/expertise in the field of Plant Systematics and identification of plants.
CO10. Students will be able to explain anatomy of Plants like structure of cell, tissues, flower development, pollination, fruit formation and seed dispersal mechanisms.
CO11. Students will be able to explain the ecological interconnectedness of life on earth by tracing energy and nutrient flow through the environment. They will be able to relate the physical features of the environment to the structure of populations, communities and ecosystems.
CO12: Develop an understanding of Evolution of Plant forms and the consequent Biodiversity. These are instrumental in creating awareness on the threats to biodiversity and sensitize students towards the Conservation of Biodiversity for sustainable development.
CO13. Students will be able to explain metabolism in Plants such as plant growth and development, plant hormones and their applications. Drawing upon this knowledge, they will be able to gain practical knowledge of essential nutrients, hydroponics, nitrogen metabolism, root initiation, flower initiation and herbicides etc.
CO14: To study the organization of cell, cell organelles and biomolecules (i.e protein, carbohydrate, lipid and nucleic acid) to gain knowledge on the activities in which the diverse macro molecules and microscopic structures inhabiting the cellular world of life are engaged. This will facilitate the students to understand the various metabolic processes such as respiration, photosynthesis etc. which are important for life.
CO15. Students will be able to use the evidence of comparative biology to explain how the theory of evolution offers the only scientific explanation for the unity and diversity of life on earth. They will be able to use specific examples to explicate how descent with modification has shaped plant morphology, physiology, and life history.
CO16. Students will be able to explain how Plants function at the level of the gene, genome, cell and tissue level. Drawing upon this knowledge, they will be able to answer the variations in the populations, mutations and their applications in crop breeding programmes.
CO17: Students will understand biotechnological processes such as recombinant DNA technology and its applicative value in pharmaceuticals (vaccines, antibodies, antibiotics etc.), food industry (transgenic crops with improved qualities (nutraceuticals, industrial enzymes etc.), agriculture (biotic and abiotic stress tolerant plants, disease and pest resistant plants, improved horticultural varieties etc.), ecology (plants role in bioremediation). This knowledge is central to our ability to modify plant responses and properties for global food security and commercial gains in biotechnology and agriculture.
CO18. Students will be able to apply the scientific method to questions in botany by formulating testable hypotheses, collecting data that address these hypotheses, and analyzing those data to assess the degree to which their scientific work supports their hypotheses.
CO19. Students will be able to access the primary literature, identify relevant works for a particular topic, and evaluate the scientific content of these works.
CO20. Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in the experimental techniques and methods of analysis appropriate for their area of specialization within biology.
CO21: To provide new information, enhance core competency and discovery/inquiry based learning of learners. A botany graduate would be competent in the field to undertake further discipline specific studies, as well as to begin domain-related employment.
CO22: To enable the graduate to organize for national and International competitive examinations for employment.


The curriculum of B.Sc Medical with Zoology as one of the subjects offers essential knowledge and technical skills to the study of animals.
CURRICULUM DESIGN: The curriculum of Zoology at UG level has been structured as follows:


Sem-1 Course No. UZOTC101 Animal Diversity
Sem-2 Course No. UZOTC201 Comparative Anatomy and Developmental Biology of Vertebrates
Sem-3 Course No. UZOTC301 Physiology and Biochemistry
Sem-4 Course No. UZOTC401 Principles of genetics and Evolutionary Biology
Sem-5 Course No. UZOTC501 Parasitology and Applied Zoology
Sem-6 Course No. UZOTC601 Insect Vectors and Diseases

Course Specific Outcomes in Zoology

The course imparts knowledge through teaching, interactions and practical classes. Students would gain wide knowledge as follows:
CO1 - Students gain knowledge and skill in the fundamentals of animal sciences, understands the complex interactions among various living organisms
CO2 – Analyse complex interactions among the various animals of different phyla, their distribution and their relationship with the environment
CO3 – Apply the knowledge of internal structure of cell, its functions in control of various metabolic functions of organisms.
CO4 – Understands the complex evolutionary processes and behaviour of animals CO5 – Correlates the physiological processes of animals and relationship of organ systems
CO6 – Understanding of environmental conservation processes and its importance, pollution control and biodiversity and protection of endangered species
CO7 – Gain knowledge of Agro based Small Scale industries like sericulture, fish farming, butterfly farming and vermicompost preparation.
CO8 – Understands various concepts of genetics and its importance in human health
CO9 - Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities in delivering his duties
CO10 – Gain knowledge of communicable and non-communicable diseases to improve personal and public health.
CO11 – Develops empathy and love towards the animals


The curriculum of B.Sc. Non-medical with Chemistry as one of the subjects is so designed to provide the students a comprehensive understanding about the fundamentals of chemistry covering all the principles and perspectives.
CO-1: The branches of Chemistry such as Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry expose the diversified aspects of chemistry where the students experience a broader outlook of the subject.
CO-2: The syllabi of the B.Sc. Chemistry course are discretely classified to give stepwise advancement of the subject knowledge right through the three years of the term including all the six semester classes.
CO-3: The practical exercises done in the laboratories impart the students the knowledge about various chemical reagents and reactions.
CO-4: The practical exercises also hone their skills of handling the corrosive, poisonous, explosive and carcinogenic chemicals making themselves employable in any kind of chemical industries.
CO-5: They are also trained about the adverse effects of the obnoxious chemicals and the first aid treatment.
CO-6: After completion of this course students will be able to analyze the organic sample qualitatively. This will help students to work in some laboratory and find the chemical composition of an unknown organic compound.
CO-7: Students will be able to describe and classify organic compounds in terms of their functional groups and reactivity. They will also learn the paper chromatographic separation of metal ions. They will learn the method of determination of solubility of any inorganic salt in water.
CO-8: The students will understand the existence of matter in the universe as solids, liquids, and gases which are composed of molecules, atoms and sub atomic particles.
CO-9: Students will learn to estimate inorganic salt mixtures and organic compounds both qualitatively and quantitatively using the classical methods of analysis in practical classes.
CO-10: Students will grasp the mechanisms of different types of reactions both organic and inorganic and will try to predict the products of unknown reactions.
CO-11: Students will learn to synthesize the chemical compounds by maneuvering the addition of reagents under optimum reaction conditions.


The curriculum of B.Sc. Non-medical with Physics as one of the subjects is so designed to provide the students a comprehensive understanding about the fundamentals of Physics covering all the principles and perspectives.
Course Specific Outcomes
CO1: Understand the basic concepts of methodology of science and the fundamentals of mechanics, properties of matter and electrodynamics.
CO2: Understand the theoretical basis of quantum mechanics, relativistic physics, nuclear physics, optics, spectroscopy, solid state physics, astrophysics, statistical physics, photonics and thermodynamics.
CO3: Understand and apply the concepts of electronics in the designing of different analog and digital circuits.
CO-4: The practical exercises will hone their skills of handling the electrical equipments and devices, making themselves employable in any kind of such industries.
CO5: Understand the basics of computer programming and numerical analysis.
CO6: Apply and verify theoretical concepts through laboratory experiments.
CO7: Acquire adequate knowledge of the subject.
CO8: Craft a foundation for higher learning.
CO9: Be initiated into the basics of research.
CO10: Learn to tolerate diverse ideas and different points of view.
CO11: Become empowered to face the challenges of the changing universe.
CO12: Become conscious of environmental and societal responsibilities.


Geography as one of the subjects in B.A & B.Sc at UG level mainly concerns changes in spatial attributes in a temporal perspective. After completing the course, the students will be amply prepared for professional careers in geography and allied disciplines like GIS and Remote Sensing. They will also be able to pursue M.A. /M.Sc. Course in Geography.
CO1. Student will gain the knowledge of physical geography. Student will have a general understanding about the geomorphological and geotechnical process and formation. They will be able to correlate the knowledge of physical geography with the human geography.
CO2. They will be able to acquire the knowledge of Human Geography and will correlate it with their practical life.
PO3. Student will be able to analyse the problems of physical as well as cultural environments of both rural and urban areas. Moreover they will try to find out the possible measures to solve those problems.
CO4.: They will conduct Social Survey Project which is needed for measuring the status of development of a particular group or section of the society.
CO5. Students will be able to learn the application of various modern instruments and by these they will be able to collect primary data.
CO6. They will learn how to prepare map based on GIS by using the modern geographical map making techniques.
CO7. They will be capable to develop their observation power through field experience and in future they will be able to identify the socioenvironmental problems of a locality.
CO8. After the completion of the project they will be efficient in their communication skill as well as power of social interaction. Some of the students are being able to understand and write effective reports and design credentials, make effective demonstrations, and give and receive clear instructions.
CO9.Enhancement of the ability of Management: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the management principles and apply these to their own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects. They will perform effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
CO10. Understand the impact of the acquired knowledge in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of need for sustainable development.


The curriculum and syllabus for computer Science conform to outcome based teaching learning process. The curriculum and syllabus have been structured in such a way that each of semesters meets one or more of these outcomes. Student outcomes describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that students acquire as they progress through the programme. Further, each course in the programme spells out clear instructional objectives which are mapped to the student outcomes. In general following student outcomes have been identified:
CO1: Ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics, and basic sciences that may be relevant and appropriate to the domain.
CO2: Ability to analyze a problem, identify and define the computing requirements, which may be appropriate to its solution.
CO3: Ability to design, implement, and evaluate computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
CO4: An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal.
CO5: Understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security, social issues and responsibilities CO6: Ability to communicate effectively among a range of audiences.
CO7: Ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
CO8: Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development.
CO9: Ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practices.
CO10: Ability to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core development of solutions in the form of Information technology.
CO11: Aability to identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation, and administration of computer-based systems.
CO12: Ability to incorporate effectively integrate IT-based solutions to applications.
CO13: Understanding of best practices and standards to develop user interactive and abstract application.
CO14: An ability to assist and manage the execution of an effective project plan.


Following are the course outcomes in Mathematics as one of the subjects in B.A or B.Sc at UG level.
CO1: Solid Foundation in Knowledge: Bachelor Degree in Mathematics is the culmination of in-depth knowledge of many core branches of mathematics, viz. Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Differential Equations, Mechanics, Real and Complex Analysis including some related areas like Computer Science and Statistics. Thus, this programme helps students in building a solid foundation for further higher studies and research in Mathematics.
CSO2: Competency in Skills: The skills and knowledge gained has intrinsic beauty, which leads to proficiency in analytical reasoning, critical understanding, analysis and synthesis in order to solve theoretical and practical problems.
CO 3: To orient students towards applications of mathematics in other disciplines and moreover, can also be utilised in modelling and solving real life problems.
CO 4: Problem Solving: Students undergoing this programme learn to logically question assertions, to recognize patterns and to distinguish between essential and irrelevant aspects of problems. This helps them to learn behave responsibly in a rapidly changing interdependent society.
CO 5: Interdisciplinary and Research Skills: Students completing this programme will be able to present mathematics clearly and precisely, make vague ideas precise by formulating them in the language of mathematics, describe mathematical ideas from multiple perspectives and explain fundamental concepts of mathematics to non-mathematicians.
CO 6: Proficiency in Employments: This programme will help students to enhance their employability for Government jobs, jobs in banking, insurance and investment sectors, data analysis jobs, and jobs in various other public and private enterprises.


Course outcomes in English at the undergraduate level vary depending on the specific course. However, some common course outcomes expected to be attained through undergraduate English courses are as under:
CO 1, Reading Comprehension: Students should be able to analyze and interpret various types of literary texts including fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction.
CO 2, Critical Thinking: Students should develop the ability to critically analyze and evaluate literary works, considering themes, characters, symbolism, and cultural contexts.
CO 3, Effective Communication: Students should improve their written and oral communication skills, demonstrating the ability to express ideas clearly, logically, and persuasively.
CO 4, Literary Analysis: Students should be able to apply various literary theories and analytical approaches to interpret and deconstruct literary texts.
CO 5, Cultural and Historical Context: Students should gain an understanding of the cultural, historical, and social contexts that shape literary works, allowing them to appreciate the broader implications of literature.
CO 6, Grammar and Style: Students should demonstrate proficiency in grammar, syntax, and usage, as well as an understanding of different writing styles.
CO 7, Creativity and Originality: Depending on the course, students might be encouraged to develop their creative writing skills, producing original poetry, short stories, essays, or other literary forms.
CO 8, Collaboration and Discussion: Students may participate in group discussions, workshops, and peer reviews to enhance their ability to engage in constructive literary conversations.
CO 9, Ethical and Cultural Awareness: Courses might encourage students to consider ethical and cultural issues related to literature, such as representation, diversity, and the impact of literature on society.
CO 10, Presentation Skills: Students may be required to present their ideas and analyses effectively to peers and instructors, honing their public speaking abilities.


At the end of the B.A degree course with Education as one of the subjects the student is expected to gain following Course Specific Outcomes in Education.
CO 1 Understand nature of education and pedagogic processes through enriched experiences.
CO 2 Contribute to fill up the gap between theory and practice by dovetailing both appropriately.
CO 3 Interactive processes wherein group reflection, critical thinking and Meaning making will be encouraged.
CO 4 Understand various educational issues in the context of diverse socio cultural & Multilingual Indian Society.
CO5 Enable them to face the challenging of social, political and technological issues. CO6 Understand the nature, purpose, influencing factors and problems of secondary education in contemporary issues.
CO 7 Describe teaching learning process in the classroom and various factors that influence it.
CO 8 understands various level learners, their needs, and interest and peculiar problems and motivate them for learning.
CO9 Plan and organize classroom through learners centred techniques of instruction for inclusive education & effective whole classroom instruction.
CO10 Conduct Pedagogical content analysis in subject areas and use it for facilitating learning in the classroom.
CO11 Effective use and utilization of Information Communication Technology resources, on-line as well as off line for day-to-day classroom teaching, remedial instruction and for providing challenging learning to the precious • Develop and select tests, evaluate and keep records of student‘s progress – cognitive as well as non-cognitive.
CO12 To develop problem solving ability through action research.


At the end of the B.A degree course with Economics as one of the subjects the student is expected to gain following Course Specific Outcomes in Economics.
CO 1. Knowledge of Economic System: An ability to understand economic theories and functioning of basic microeconomic and macroeconomic systems.
CO 2. Statistical and Mathematical Skills: Acquaint with collection, organization, tabulation and analysis of empirical data. Ability to use basic mathematical and statistical tools to solve real economic problems.
CO 3. Econometric Applications: Acquaint with basic and applied econometric tools and methods used in economics. The aim of this course is to provide a foundation in applied econometric analysis and develop skills required for empirical research in economics. It also covers statistical concepts of hypothesis testing, estimation and diagnostic testing of simple and multiple regression models.
CO 4. Development Perspectives: Delineate the developmental policies designed for developed and developing economics. The course also acquaint with the measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities.
CO 5. Environmental Strategy and Management: This course emphasises on environmental problems emerging from economic development. Economic principles are applied to valuation of environmental quality, quantification of environmental damages, tools for evaluation of environmental projects such as cost-benefit analysis and environmental impact assessments.
CO 6. Perspectives on Indian Economy: Acquaint with basic issues of Indian economy and learn the basic concept of monetary analysis and financial marketing in Indian financial markets. This course reviews major trends in economic indicators and policy debates in India in the post-Independence period.
CO 7: National Development: To familiarize and develop critical thinking in students so that they can apply appropriately economic principles for economic uplifting and national development.


The course specific outcomes after successfully completing graduation with Political Science as one the subjects are given under:
CO 1: Ability to discuss about Indian Constitution and Political process.
CO 2: Ability to discuss Political thinking in western world.
CO 3: Ability to describe Administrative Process and thinking in western thinking, as well as Indian context
CO 4: Capacity to analyses Political Theory and its contemporary impact on civilization 2 Course Outcomes
CO 5: In-depth knowledge of Indian Political system, Political thinkers, administrative system.
CO 6: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational, and personal) from different perspectives.
CO 7: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.
CO 8: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions, and accept responsibility for them.
CO 9: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological change.


Students B.A degree programs with Sociology as one of the subjects in B.A degree programme should acquire the following course outcomes at the time of graduation:
CO1. Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational, and personal) from different perspectives.
CO2. Social Interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings.
CO3. Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity-centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.
CO4. Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions, and accept responsibility for them.
CO5. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development.
CO6. Self-directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of socio-technological changes.
CO7: Poverty Eradication: To develop skills and knowledge among students so that they can contribute to the poverty eradication and national development.
CO8: Combating Diseases: Students shall gain knowledge of the social problems including disease control measures and maintenance of health and hygiene.


At the end of the B.A degree course with Hindi as one of the subjects the student is expected to gain following Course Specific Outcomes in Hindi.
CO1: To understand the basic concepts and origin of Hindi.
CO2: To understand various aspects of Hindi Literature with a process to search new methods and give new directions.
CO3: To know about the roots of Hindi Literature ands its perspective and methods.
CO4: Elaborating and understanding philosophical methods of Hindi Literature.
CO5: Evaluating the concept of Hindi from past to present and to study the society closely through Literature. To make students understand the Literature in broader areas than merely confined to the subject.
CO6: To make the students understand the importance of Hindi in the contemporary world.
CO7: To introduce students to the real world situation with the help of poems and stories written by various poets and writers.


Following are the course outcomes in Sanskrit as one of the subjects in three year and six semester B.A programme.
Ensuring high standard of Behavioral attitude through literary Subjects and shaping the students, social responsible citizens, Human values, social injustice, women & Dali sensation. Jyotishi, Priest, Researcher, Social service, Science &Technology, Professor, Editor, Anchor, Reporter, Writer, school teacher, Higher education, competitive examination.
CO 1: Understanding of language.
CO 2: Grammar knowledge.
CO 3: Enhancement of skill.
CO 4: Critical thinking.
CO 5: Development of skill.
CO 6: Building research culture.
CO 7: Presentation of Skill.
CO 8: Developing intellectual ability.
CO 9: To Develop Communication Skill.
CO 10: On successful completion of the program the student will be Fundamental understanding of language prose, poet, drama, essay etc.
CO 11: As they will be strong in grammar and its usage. They can express a through command of Sanskrit language and its linguistic structure. They can apply critical frame work to analyses the linguistic, cultural and historical background of texts.
CO 12: In Research, editing, media. Literature and theater: They will be familiar with convention or diverse textual genres including fiction-non fiction, poetry, autobiography, biography journal, film, plays, and editorials.


After the completion of the course students can go for-
CO1: Further studies in literature and language.
CO2: Students are eligible for M.A. in Urdu.
CO3: After obtaining graudation degree students are able to learn literature of Urdu Ghazal, Afsana, Khutoot-Nigari, Mazmoon-Nigari, Navil-Nigari, Qasida, Marsia, Masnavee etc.
CO4: Students have also developed confidence in reading and writing Urdu language well.
CO5: After the graduation students develop creativity, interest in writing, interest in their culture and behavioral mannerism.
CO6: Students acquire knowledge through literary or cultural activities.
CO7: This course helps in advancing the students progress. Students learn about to write Ghazal, Afsana, Navil etc.
CO8: They can also become writer and journalist.


CO1: Gain knowledge about environment and ecosystem.
CO2: Students will learn about natural resource, its importance and environmental impacts of human activities on natural resource.
CO3: Gain knowledge about the conservation of biodiversity and its importance.
CO4: Aware students about problems of environmental pollution, its impact on human and ecosystem and control measures.
CO5: Students will learn about increase in population growth and its impact on environment.
CO6: Develops empathy and love towards the animals and protection of endangered species.
CO7: Understanding of environmental conservation processes, its importance and pollution control.


The specific course outcomes in physical education at the undergraduate level are as under:
CO 1, Knowledge of Human Anatomy and Physiology: Understand the structure and function of the human body, including skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems, as they relate to physical activity and exercise.
CO 2, Motor Skills Development: Acquire and demonstrate proficiency in a variety of motor skills and movement patterns, such as running, jumping, throwing, catching, and striking, through practice and participation in different physical activities and sports.
CO 3, Fitness and Wellness: Understand the concepts of physical fitness, including cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Develop knowledge and skills to design and implement fitness programs for individuals and groups.
CO 4, Sports and Game Knowledge: Gain a comprehensive understanding of different sports, games, and recreational activities, including their rules, strategies, and techniques. Develop the ability to analyze and evaluate performance in various sports contexts.
CO 5, Health Promotion and Risk Prevention: Understand the importance of physical activity for health and well-being. Learn about common health risks and how physical education can contribute to the prevention of sedentary lifestyle-related diseases and promote healthy habits.


The course outcomes are designed to ensure that students gain a foundational understanding of key psychological principles and develop essential skills for further studies or careers in areas such as clinical psychology, counseling, research, human resources, and more. The course specific outcomes after successfully completing graduation with Psychology as one the subjects are given under:
CO 1, Knowledge of Psychological Theories: Understand and demonstrate knowledge of major psychological theories, concepts, and historical perspectives that have shaped the field of Psychology.
CO 2, Research Methods: Demonstrate proficiency in research methods used in Psychology, including experimental design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation.
CO 3, Critical Thinking: Develop critical thinking skills to analyze and evaluate psychological research, theories, and real-world applications.
CO 4, Communication Skills: Communicate effectively in written and oral formats, presenting psychological concepts, research findings, and arguments in a clear and coherent manner.
CO 5, Ethical Understanding: Recognize and apply ethical principles and guidelines in conducting research and working with individuals in various psychological settings.
CO 6, Biological Psychology: Understand the relationship between the brain, nervous system, and behavior, and how biological factors influence psychological processes.
CO 7, Cognitive Psychology: Explore cognitive processes such as perception, memory, thinking, and problem-solving, and understand how these processes impact human behavior.
CO 8, Developmental Psychology: Examine human development across the lifespan and understand the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social changes that occur during different life stages.
CO 9, Social Psychology: Investigate the influence of social interactions, groups, and societal factors on individual behavior and attitudes.
CO 10, Applied Psychology: Apply psychological principles and knowledge to real-world situations, such as educational settings, counseling, healthcare, and organizational behavior.
CO 11, Integration of Knowledge: Integrate knowledge from different areas of psychology to understand complex psychological phenomena and practical applications.