M.Sc Human Resource Development Psychology

University of Madras
In Chennai

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The University of Madras offers number of courses one of the course is M.Sc Human Resource Development Psychology

This Course is offered by the Department of Psycology.

The Department of Psychology offers an exclusive module on M.Sc Human Resource Development Psychology. Even though M.A Applied Psychology was offered with an objective of rendering professional service to clinical, educational, organizational and community settings, the impact of globalizing propelled the Department of Psychology to radically redesign the course curriculum to suit the needs of corporate sector by introducing M.Sc in H.R.D. Psychology. The programme was structured and the core courses were selected based on the need of the hour with the help of UGC Curriculum development. The teaching faculties of the Department framed the syllabus with a provision to modify the courses at regular intervals under the Choice Based Credit System. The students of the M.Sc HRD Psychology attend the regular classes for the first three semesters.

The unique feature of the course is that the students in their fourth semester are placed for internship in different multinational organizations for minimum of three months. They either do projects proposed by the organizations or area of their own interest with the research guidance from the HR manager of the organization and the respective supervisors from the Department. They attend the organization from Mondays to Thursdays and on Fridays they meet their guide for reporting their progress in the project or the work allotted to them for proceeding further.


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