PSYCHOLOGY

VISION

The Department of Psychology aspires to be a nationally recognized leader in undergraduate and graduate education, where undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty establish close collaborations to learn the scientific principles of behavior and mental processes, to make significant contributions to the science and practice of psychology, and to produce professionals who serve the local, national and global communities.

Mission

The Department of Psychology is committed to discovering knowledge about mind, brain, and behavior and sharing that knowledge and the research processes that produce it with our students and our community. The department integrates undergraduate and graduates education, research, and service activities to advance the university’s overall mission.

Introduction

Psychology is often a very exciting subject for students! This is because it branches off into several different fields; social sciences, neuroscience, therapy, psychiatry etc. Under this huge umbrella, students will be provided a space where they can not only understand the fundamentals of psychology, but learn its application in their professional life.

Program offered

Presently, MU is offering a 4 years BS program, and a 2 year associate degree.

Goals

  1. Advancing the science of human behavior—both basic and applied—from clinical, cognitive, developmental, neurological, organizational, and social perspectives
  2. Providing students with knowledge and skills about mind, brain, and behavior through innovative and rigorous courses and rich experiential learning opportunities
  3. Producing the next generation of leaders in research, in teaching, and the applications of psychology
  4. Sharing our knowledge and expertise, applying it to the improvement of mental wellbeing, and collaborating both locally and globally with researchers, our community, and policymaker

Faculty

Prof. Dr. FM Javaid

(Professor)

Prof. Dr. Yousuf MEMON

(Professor)

Faisal Khan

(Assistant Professor)

Syeda Masooma

(Assistant Professor)

Ali Iqbal Ansari

(Lecturer)

Farah Batool

(Lecturer)

Ahmer Abdullah

(Lecturer)