Bachelor of Science in Psychology

The curriculum for the BS Psychology program is the study and application of the theories and methods, principles, concepts and skills necessary for effective training, practice and research on the major areas of Psychology.

The program provides undergraduate students with a solid foundation on the major areas of Psychology preparatory to future careers, and further studies and training in particular specializations of Psychology or other professions such as education, law, business management and medicine. The programĀ  is also complete in terms of pre-medical training, making it a pre-medicine course.

Said BS Psychology program consist of:

The specified body of knowledge, skill, attitudes, values, and experiences shall include the following:

  • A general education component consistent with CHED Memorandum Orders aimed at developing broadly educated, cultured, morally, upright and productive persons.
  • A professional studies component to include:

-Philosophy and aims of bachelor of Science in Psychology

-The systematic study of Psychology principles and theories with immediate appropriate observation and experiences to provide students with first-hand knowledge in the appreciation and interpretation of these theories: and

-Direct substancial participation in psychological practices of qualified professionals from the field of Psychology and professional institution.


The program puts emphasis on a professional study that is long and intensive enough to permit students to gain the professional knowledge required for professional competence and religious education for the holistic formation of the students to become socially responsible and morally upright imbued with Augustinian Recollect values.


Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, a Sebastinian graduate of BS Psychology should be able to:

  1. Gain appreciation for how Psychology occurs and influences various phenomena and behavior in everyday life.
  2. Evaluate Psychology in various interdisciplinary contexts and perspectives that range from historical, behavioral, cultural and environmental and current issues in both local and international contexts.
  3. Develop critical thinking, observation and reasoning skills for independent learning in graduate education or in professional settings.
  4. Develop critical thinking, observation and reasoning skills for independent learning in graduate education or in professional settings.
  5. Nurture positive interpersonal relationships with peers, clients and others in through the application of psychological theories and concepts.
  6. Maintain professional and ethical behaviors in conducting psychological research and practices
  7. Be able to efficiently and accurately conduct psychological assessments and evaluations.
  8. Be equipped with the theoretical and practical skills for the application of new studies and findings in psychology in a professional setting.
  9. Encourage continuous growth through the gaining of more knowledge and experience beyond the academic institution such as through online learning, workshops, etc.
  10. Be socially responsible citizens with values anchored on the Catholic Christian principles and the Augustinian Recollect ideals.

Curriculum   Course Description