Why Study Psychology?

Psychology is both an academic discipline and a profession. It is a fascinating science of behaviour and the mind. A science of behaviour and the mind, it straddles many academic disciplines in the social sciences (e.g. sociology), natural sciences (e.g. biology – biological bases of behaviour) and humanities (e.g. philosophy). Psychologists study the interconnectedness of the environmental, biological, and psychological factors in trying to understand behaviour and the mind.

When starting your Psychology studies journey at IIE MSA, you will be exposed to different branches of psychology including, but not limited to, social psychology, sensation and perception, personality psychology, cognitive psychology, abnormal psychology/psychopathology, research design and analysis (both quantitative and qualitative techniques) etc. You will then progress to engage at a deeper level with the introductory concepts from which you can shape your career in the field.

To study Psychology you can enrol for the IIE Bachelor of Social Science degree with a study area in Psychology, offered at IIE MSA.

Following completion of your three-year Bachelor’s degree, you can articulate into the IIE Bachelor of Social Science Honours with a specialisation in Psychology, and subsequently, a research IIE Master of Philosophy, also with a specialisation in Psychology. Both these IIE degrees are offered at IIE MSA.

What are My Psychology Career Outcomes?

Completing your IIE Bachelor of Social Science at IIE MSA, with a specialisation in Psychology, will help you build a successful career in the following career opportunities:

  • Research Psychology
  • Academic Psychology

You can choose to specialise even further, in areas including, but not limited to:

  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Community Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Industrial Psychology