School of Social Sciences, Garden City University
16th KM, Old Madras Road, Bangalore- 560 049
University Grants Commission (UGC)
Established in 1994, the School of Social Sciences at Garden City University is expanding its horizons to teach the students to create an atmosphere that promotes a diversity of backgrounds and views.
The students are taught cultural, political, psychological and social issues by the faculty members from an interdisciplinary perspective. The programmes offered in the college are innovative and exciting for the students.
The college provides an excellent academic curriculum to equip the students with analytical skills, social science theoretical knowledge based on empirical and field-based learning. The college has enabled its alumni to get a position in the emerging labour market.
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School of Social Sciences, Garden City University offers programmes that are innovative and challenging. The facilities provided by the college are:
- Infrastructure: The students can use the gym, dining hall and other facilities available on the campus.
- Sports: The indoor and outdoor sports facilities like a basketball court and tennis are available for the student's recreational purpose.
- Faculty: The faculty members of the college possess teaching qualities to give the best education to the students.
- Accommodation: The college provides separate hostel facilities for boys and girls and comfortable living standard of the students on the campus.
The students graduating from the School of Social Sciences, Garden City University can become:
- R&D Manager
- Operation Manager
- Career Counsellor
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Rs. 1,47,500 for 2 years.
A master's degree in psychology is the degree of postgraduate level, after the completion of an undergraduate degree. MA degree focuses strongly on the studies of liberal arts and theories of the subject. An M.Sc degree focus on research and the science behind the brain, behavior, and psychological processes.
Degree from a recognized university with minimum of 50% aggregate. Students having any other degree such as Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), B.A. Sociology, B.Sc. Home Science, B.A. Philosophy or B. Ed.