Question: Can you explain the possibilities in MSW and MSC Psychology?
– Sherina Kutty Gafoor
Answer: Psychology is the branch of science that studies the human mind. Anyone with any degree can join PG in Psychology. There are various branches of the same. Some universities require specialized degrees in Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Social Work, or Home Science. To qualify as a Clinical Psychologist with a Rehabilitation Council approval, you currently need an MPhil Clinical Psychology qualification.
Major Institutions: Mumbai TISS (MA Clinical & Counseling Psychology), IIT Gandhinagar (MSc Cognitive Sciences), Bangalore Christ (MSc-Educational Psychology, Neuropsychology, Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Health & Sciences) Xavier’s (MA Life Span Counseling), University of Hyderabad (MSc Health Psychology), National University of Forensic Sciences (MSC Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology) in Gandhinagar.
It also has excellent facilities at Delhi University, Pondicherry University, Symbiosis, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, University of Pune and Amity University.
MSW is a course that molds professionals working for social change, development and the upliftment of marginalized communities and individuals. Major Institutions: Mumbai TIS, Department of Social Work, Delhi University, Kochi Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Madras School of Social Work, College of Social Work, Mumbai Nirmala Niketan, Bangalore Christ, Delhi Jamia Millia, Chennai Loyola College of Social Sciences.
In Kerala, there are PGs in Psychology from Kannur, MG, Calicut and Kerala Universities, Kalady Sanskrit University and affiliated colleges. The MSW program is available at Sanskrit University, MG University, Loyola College, Thiruvananthapuram and affiliated colleges. Those pursuing higher studies can consider MPhil Clinical Psychology and MPhil Psychiatric Social Work at Nimhans, Bangalore.
Content Summary: The Scope of MSW and Msc Psychology