Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Psychology) – Full time
Developed and awarded by The University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, US
Understanding human communication and behavior
Master two skill sets essential to advance your career in today’s global economy – communication and an understanding of human behaviour.
On successful completion of this double major in Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Psychology, you can fit yourself well in many jobs covering both fields.
Employment opportunities exist in public relations and advertising agencies, publishing, the Internet and mass media, human resources and training, social services and other professions.
You can also pursue post-graduate studies to develop a professional speciality.
Studying about Communication and Psychology
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication programme introduces you to the finer points of inter-personal and mass communication, and challenges you to apply critical thinking to the role and influence of the mass media. You will be exposed to the complexity of processing and delivering information in different settings, and your world view will be broadened through the study of international and inter-cultural communication.
The Psychology major of this programme provides you with a deeper understanding of the basic processes of sensation, perception, learning, cognition, development, and personality along with principles of social psychology, clinical psychology, and behavioural neuroscience.
Why study at SIM?
SIM is the only offshore institution in the world to offer undergraduate programmes from University at Buffalo.
Entry for students is a minimum 5 GCE ‘O’ level passes or equivalent. Advanced standing credit may be granted for applicants with ‘A’ levels or polytechnic diplomas.
More than 50% of programmes are taught by overseas visiting faculty.
The cost of studying at SIM is 60% lower than studying in the US.
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Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sociology)
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