Bachelor of Psychology is a four-year, eight semester program, offered at Thames by the School of Social Sciences in affiliation with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University. Students are required to complete 120 credit hours to graduate. Students are also required to appear for TU course examinations separately which will lead to Bachelor of Arts degree from Tribhuvan University.
The Bachelor of Psychology program at Thames offers students a second major in Social Work. With courses like Social Work Practicum, Research Methods in Social Work, and Social Welfare Administration, along with courses in Psychology, the social work education offered under the Bachelor of Psychology degree provides a unique perspective into working within a society.
Required General Education Courses (33 Credits)
|ENG101||Academic Writing I||3|
|ENG103||Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning English I||3|
|ENG102||Academic Writing II||3|
|ENG104||Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning English II||3|
|ITC101||Computer Information System||3|
|ENG201||Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking||3|
|ENG202||Interactive Approach to Academic Reading||3|
|STT301||Statistical Package for Social Science||3|
Required Psychology Major Course (30 credit)
|PSY102||PSY Major Course I||3|
|PSY103||Psychology Major Course II||3|
|PSY201||Psychology Major Course III||3|
|PSY202||Psychology Major Course IV||3|
|PSY203||Psychology Major Course V||3|
|PSY204||Psychology Major Course VI||3|
|PSY301||Psychology Major Course VII||3|
|PSY302||Psychology Major Course VIII||3|
|PSY303||Psychology Major Course IX||3|
|PSY304||Psychology Major Course X||3|
Required Social Work Major 2 Courses (30 credit)
|SOW101||Concepts and Principles of Social Work||3|
|SOW102||Social Work Practicum I||3|
|SOW201||Methods of Social Work||3|
|SOW202||Integrated Social Work Practice||3|
|SOC203||Seminar on Contemporary Social Issues||3|
|SOW204||Social Work Practicum II||3|
|SOW301||Social Welfare Administration||3|
|SOW302||Research Methods in Social Work||3|
|SOW304||Social Work Senior Overview: Thesis||3|
|SOW305||Social Work Practicum III||3|
Required Elective Courses (6 credit)
|SOW303||Development Perspective in Social Work||3|
|SOC304||Anthropology of Contemporary issues in Nepal I||3|
|SOC307||Anthropology of Contemporary Issues in Nepal II||3|
At the time of admission
|Fees||Amount Payable on Admission|
(Admission, University Registration, Induction
and Education Support Programs)
Semester wise fee breakdown
|Level||No. of Credit Hour
|1st Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Fall, 2020|
|2nd Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Spring, 2021|
|3rd Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Fall, 2021|
|4th Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Spring, 2022|
|5th Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Fall, 2022|
|6th Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Spring, 2023|
|7th Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Fall, 2023|
|8th Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 4,425.00||Rs.66,375.00||Spring, 2024|
Smart Savings Scheme
Students can receive a discount of 15% should they decide to pay the tuition fees of all 4 years during the time of the admission.
Students are required to pay examination fee to the university every semester. The examination fee is not included in any of the headings above and is payable at the time of examination registration.
Certain academic and extracurricular criteria have to be met for applicants to enroll in a program at Thames International College. While academic competence is an important requirement, Thames International College seeks students who believe in a hands-on learning approach, who want to develop into innovative learners and professionals, and who we believe can fully benefit from the facilities we provide. Applicants will be reviewed through their applications and interviews before being admitted. Additionally, applicants at Thames must meet the following academic requirements.
Minimum Academic Requirements (10+2: HSEB/ CBSE/ ISC or equivalent Boards)
- Should have successfully completed 10th, 11th and 12th grade.
- Should have achieved minimum of D+ in all the courses or equivalent.
- Can be from any stream be it, Management, Hotel Management, Science, or Humanities.
Minimum Academic Requirements (A- Levels)
- Should have completed 3.5 credit (GP plus 3 courses).
- Should have been provided equivalence by Nepal Education Board.
Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: Pay your Application Fee
Step 3: Appear for an interview
Step 4: Accept the offer letter
Step 5: Pay admission fee
For more information please visit our Admission page.
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