Career Opportunities After BS Psychology
You can choose a career as specializing in health, clinical, educational, research, occupational, counselling, neuro, or forensic psychology during your psychology degree. Here, is a list of common Career options after BS Psychology in Pakistan that you can find, career opportunities in the following departments & organizations, in private sectors & public sectors.
- Case Manager
- Marketing Industry
- Speech Pathologist
- Market Research Analyst
- Rehabilitation Centers
- Welfare Organizations
- Research Establishments
- Hospital Administrator
- Social Services Specialist
- Labor Relations Specialist
- Independent Career Counselor
- Psychological Research Centers
- Teaching in Colleges & Universities
- Development of prevention programs
- Career counselors Universities/schools
- Psychological assessment and testing
Counselling Career for BS Psychology
After completing degree in psychology, you can have the best career opportunities for you. For instance, if you want to choose counselling as a career, you can select any field from these job opportunities. These all jobs are available for psychology graduates.
- Mental Health Counsellor
- Health Psychologist
- Forensic Psychologist
- Child Abuse Counsellor
- Educational Counsellor
- Marriage Counsellor
- Educational Psychologist
- Child Protection Specialist
- Substance Abuse Counsellor
- Developmental Psychologist
- Domestic Violence Counsellor
- Industrial-Organizational Psychologist
Salary Range for BS Psychology Graduates in Pakistan
The salary range for applied psychology graduates or psychologists in Pakistan depends on many other factors. For instance, you can see huge difference in pay scales of private sectors & Govt sectors in Pakistan. Similarly, you have job security in govt. Job while in private sector company can terminate you easily with prior notice, However, an estimated chart of salary range for a psychologist in Pakistan is given below.
|Sr. No.||Job Level||Salary|
|1||Entry Level psychologist||25000/- Minimum Per Month|
|2||Average Level psychologist||31500/- Minimum Per Month|
|3||Professional Level psychologist||Upto 150000/- Per Month|
Frequently Asked Questions
When did the admission start of BS Psychology 2024?
Admissions of BS Psychology 2024 start in September.
How much percentage is required for the BS Psychology program?
A minimum of 45-50 percent is required to apply to the BS Psychology program.
Is there any scope of BS Psychology in Pakistan?
Yes, there is a large scope of BS Psychology in Pakistan that is increasing day by day.
- Is an entry test is required for the BS Psychology program?
- Entry test is necessary for the BS Psychology program that varies from university to university.
Is there any famous university in Pakistan that offers a Psychology program?
There is a list of famous universities that offers Psychology program i.e. Punjab University, Bahria University, Government College University, University of Peshawar, Quid-e-Azam University Islamabad, and so on.
Is BS Psychology a difficult degree?
BS Psychology is a difficult degree. Those students who have an interest in Psychology can easily study in the Psychology program
Is Profession as a psychologist a good choice in Pakistan?
One of the most demanding and rapidly growing fields of Psychology is Clinical psychology in Pakistan. It is one of the good options to continue with Psychology.
What are the subjects in BS Psychology?
Here is a list of Subjects of BS Psychology: Abnormal Psychology, Personality Theories, Psychological Statistics, Social Development, Research in Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology.
Which is the best course in Psychology?
Following are the best courses in Psychology: Physiological Psychology, Personality Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology.
What do you study in the BS Psychology program?
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the biological approach to behavioral research. Biopsychology blends a fascination with behavior with an understanding of the mechanisms that enable behavior, such as the brain, muscles, glands, and other organs.