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Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology

Tuition Fee for the Entire Course (AED)

155,000 (VAT Inclusive)


3 Years with the option to fast-track (6 Trimesters)

Part-time study options are also available


Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

Love exploring what makes people think and act the way they do? In this course, you’ll learn established psychological knowledge and methods of investigation, along with the latest developments and exciting new trends in the field.

You’ll learn about all the major fields in psychology, including; human development through our lifespan; biological, social, and cultural influences on the individual person’ perception, emotion, learning, cognition, language and neuroscience; personality and individual differences; abilities and disabilities; psychological health and wellbeing, and psychological disorders.

The Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) gives you the chance to study psychology along with other subjects in the arts and humanities, and to build special expertise in the social and developmental areas of psychology. You’ll examine leading-edge research and practical applications in these fascinating areas of psychology, and explore how we make sense of ourselves.

This course allows you to build a valuable portfolio of technical and interpersonal skills and gives you the chance to develop superior analytical skills alongside contemporary scientific research methods for investigating human minds and behaviour. It will give you an in-depth understanding of human behaviour that you can use across many industries.

Career opportunities

  • Human Resources or Marketing Officer
  • Manager
  • Researcher

Course Structure:


Spine Units

Career Learning: Managing Your Career

Building Enterprise Skills

Consulting and Freelancing

Course and Major Core

Psychology: Measurements, Design and Analysis 

Advanced Quantitative research methods

Thinking Communication

Introduction to Psychological Science 

Introduction to Cultural Psychology

Introduction to Psychological Research Method

Psychology: Human Development

Psychology: Biological Bases of Behaviour

Social Bases of Behaviour

Psychology: Cognitive Processes

Psychology: Abnormal Behaviour

Psychology: Individual Differences and Performance

Psychology of Ageing 

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