BS Psychology


Why BS Pyschology at SISC

The BS Psychology curriculum provides opportunities for learning the scientific principles of the different branches of Psychology. Through linkages forged with external clinical, educational and industrial organizations, SISC graduates have the advantage in terms of employment opportunities.

  • Psychological and Clinical Assessment
  • Human Resource Management
  • Recruitment and Training
  • Counseling and Teaching

“RESPONDING TO THE CHALLENGE OF UNDERSTANDING AND HELPING PEOPLE.”

The College of Psychology offers a curriculum that readies students for employment in the areas of Psychological and Clinical Assessment, Recruitment, Training, Human Resource Management, Counseling, Teaching and related fields; or for admission to a course in medicine. The curriculum focuses heavily on “hands-on” learning coupled with linkages with psychological organizations and industrial practices that help students to develop the necessary skills that would make them competent in the field that they may choose after they graduate.

The BS Psychology curriculum provides opportunities for learning the scientific principles of the different branches of Psychology. Through linkages forged with external clinical, educational and industrial organizations, SISC graduates have the advantage in terms of employment opportunities.

 

VISION STATEMENT
The College of Psychology empowers the students to be responsive to the challenges of understanding and helping people. Embedded in its curriculum are the 5Cs: Competence, Character, Commitment to Achieve, Collaboration and Creativity that will equip them with relevant knowledge, skills, values and competencies in all fields of psychology as they face the demands of a globally competitive society.

We envision our graduates to be responsible citizens who accept and respect cultural diversity, respect and protect the environment, promote gender equality and realize their fullest potentials in the service of humankind.

 

MISSION STATEMENT
The College of Psychology aims to produce graduates who demonstrate the following core competencies:

1. Demonstrate professional competence, specifically graduates who:
a. Demonstrate knowledge of theories and dynamics of human behavior.
b. Demonstrate general working knowledge of the different assessment skills needed in analyzing human behavior.
c. Possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitude in performing the different functions of a psychologist in the
educational, clinical, and industrial settings.
2. Exhibit interpersonal and personal management skills.
a. Posses the traits of a competent psychologist.
3. Uphold the ethical standards in the exercise of their profession.
a. Practice/ adopt the prescribed ethical standards in carrying out the tasks required in his/her profession.

Faculty members endeavor to implement the purposes and objectives of the institution and the specific objectives of the college under survey.Faculty members follow the syllabi and enrich them through additional readings.
Faculty members show mastery of the subject matter.
Faculty members show evidence of preparedness for classes.
Faculty members are aware of recent educational trends and problems and are able to relate the subject matter to current issues.
Faculty members make creative use of library resources and other instructional aids.
Faculty members show evidence of professional growth through research activity and publications.
Faculty members devote time for formal and informal consultation with students outside the classroom.
The school has a policy on recruitment or qualified faculty applicants.
The percentage of faculty members with earned graduate degrees is satisfactory.
93 – 100%      Excellent             5
84 – 92%        Very Good           4
75 – 83%        Good                     3
50 – 74%        Fair                       2
0 – 49%          Poor                      1
Faculty members teach courses in their field of specialization.
Deficiencies in graduate degrees of faculty members are compensated by other qualifications such as satisfactory teaching experience and professional practice.
Faculty members assigned to handle Practicum Courses have at least three years of experience in their specialized field of study

TESTIMONIALS

Julio Gomez

“Southville psychology really equipped me with the knowledge needed for my job and prepared me for real life. The professors are well versed and teach in a way that is both theoretical and practical. These are two important pieces of a puzzle specially when going for a job related to psychology. Thank you very much professors and southville for everything.”