York St John University, UK


3 years


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SEGi College Subang Jaya


Psychology is a popular, vibrant and diverse area of study that focuses on understanding people - our human condition, behaviours and experiences. It is about using that understanding to try to predict future behaviours and experiences.

This programme has been designed by a team of academics from York St John University who are dedicated to teaching and academic excellence, with expertise in a wide range of research and applied psychology settings. The programme aims to provide a sound, core knowledge of psychology and how it applies to many aspects of the human condition such as child development, crime, education, mental health or the behaviour of groups of people.


If you choose the education sector, some of the employment opportunities include:

  • Special needs education teacher
  • Pre-school educator
  • Lecturer
  • Trainer

For non-education positions, you may acquire jobs as:

  • Mid (to top) level management executive
  • Consultants for counselling and busines
  • Mental healthcare writers for books and magazine
  • Social worker
  • Mental healthcare provider

  • STPM with at least 2 principles or 2 A-Level passes
  • Diploma in Psychology or equivalent qualification
  • SEGi Foundation Studies or equivalent qualification
  • Foundation Studies or equivalent qualification from other colleges


Year 1Year 2Year 3MPU
  • Theoretical Perspectives & Practical Issues (I) & II)
  • Introduction to Psychobiology (I) & (II)
  • Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
  • Introduction to Child Development
  • Quantitative Analysis (I) & (II)
  • Research Methods (I) & (II)
  • Personality & Intelligence (I) & (II)
  • Bahasa Kebangsaan A
  • Psychology of Child Development (I) & (II)
  • Quantitative Design (I) & (II)
  • Individual Differences
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Psychology of Work (I) & (II)
  • Social Psychology (I) & (II)
  • Psychobiology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Islamic Studies / Moral Studies
  • Conceptual & Historical Issues in
  • Psychology (I) & (II)
  • Elective A: Adolescent Development (I) & (II)
  • Elective B: Counselling & Community
  • Psychology (I) & (II)
  • Malaysian Studies
  • Final Year Project
Local students
  • Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia
  • Hubungan Etnik
  • Public Speaking or Bahasa Kebangsaan A
  • Entrepreneurship or Personal Health Management
  • Community Service
International students
  • Malaysian Studies 3
  • Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2
  • Public Speaking
  • Entrepreneurship or Personal Health Management
  • Community Service