Department of Psychology

Definition of the logo

  • Background design refers to the University of Distance Education.
  • Foreground design:
  • (a) Yellow concentric circles refers to "concentration."
    (b) Greek alphabet Y (psi) refers to "psychology."

  • To promote the understanding and application of the principles of psychology, thus enabling students of psychology to become a valuable resource in nation building.


Staff

Professor

Dr. Naw Say Say Paw
Head
Department of Psychology

Professors
Dr. Naw Say Say Paw Ph.D
Dr. Ohmor Khaing Ph.D
Dr. Hlaing Hlaing Lay Ph.D
Associate Professors
- -
Lecturers
Dr. Khin Ya Mone Ph.D
Dr. Thiri Hlaing Ph.D
Tutor
Dr. Ma Aye
Ph.D
Daw Theint Thiri Zan
M.A


PROGRAM OF STUDIES

  • The department offers an undergraduate programme of study leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree, specializing in psychology. The curriculum and syllabus are in the same level as those of other Universities with English as the medium of instruction.
  • To enhance and facilitate distance learning, students are provided with an array of multimedia materials, such as, textbooks, study guides, cassette tapes, as well as radio television and data broad-casting programmes.


CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

First Year - First Semester
မ ၁၀၀၁ ျမန္မာစာ
Eng- 1001 English
Psy - 1101 Introduction to Psychology I
Hist - 1003 World History to 1500 I
Phil - 1001 Logic in Practice I
AM - 1001 Aspects of Myanmar (ျမန္မာ့ေရးရာ)
First Year - Second Semester
မ ၁၀၀၂ ျမန္မာစာ
Eng- 1002 English
Psy - 1102 Introduction to Psychology II
Hist - 1006 World History to 1500 II
Phil - 1003 Logic in Practice II
AM - 1002 Aspects of Myanmar (ျမန္မာ့ေရးရာ)

Second Year - First Semester
Eng- 2001 English
Psy - 2101 Developmental Psychology
Psy - 2102 Applied Psychology I
Psy - 2103 Experimental Psychology I
Hist - 2001 History of Science and Technology I
Eng - 2003 Developing Communicative Skills I
Second Year - Second Semester
Eng- 2002 English
Psy - 2101 Educational Psychology
Psy - 2105 Applied Psychology II
Psy - 2106 Experimental Psychology II
Hist - 2004 History of Science and Technology II
Eng - 2004 Developing Communicative Skills II


Third Year - First Semester
Eng - 3001           
English
Psy - 3101 Social PsychologyI
Psy - 3102 Industrial and Organizational Psychology I
Psy - 3103 Abnormal Psychology I
Psy - 3104 Psychological Statistics I
Psy - 3105 Crime and psychology I
Third Year - (Law) First Semester
Psy - 3001 Crime and Psychology I
Third Year - Second Semester
Eng - 3002 English
Psy - 3107 Social Psychology II
Psy - 3108 Industrial and Organizational Psychology II
Psy - 3109 Abnormal Psychology II
Psy - 3110 Psychological Statistics II
Psy - 3111 Crime and Psychology II
Third Year - (Law) Second Semester
Psy - 3001 Crime and Psychology I
Fourth Year - First Semester
Psy - 4101 Counselling psychology I
Psy - 4102 Sport psychology I
Psy - 4103 Psychological Testing I
Psy - 4104 Psychological Research I
Psy - 4105 Health psychology I
Psy - 4106 Introduction to social Problems I
Fourth Year - Second Semester
Psy - 4108 Counselling psychology II
Psy - 4109 Sport psychology II
Psy - 4110 Psychological Testing II
Psy - 4111 Psychological Research II
Psy - 4112 Health psychology II
Psy - 4113 Introduction to social Problems II


PROVIDED DEGREES

  • After successfully completing three years course,Bachelor of Arts ( B.A. ). degree will be provided for Psychology Specialization.

  • TELEVISION PROGRAMMES

    TV BROADCASTED IN 2016 - First Year
    SNo. Subject Specialization Lesson Name Broadcaster
    1
    Psy-1101 An Introduction to Psychology I:
    Nature, Origins and Methods of Psychology
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    TV BROADCASTED IN 2016 - Second Year
    1
    Psy-2101 Developmental Psychology:
    Introduction to Developmental Psychology
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    2
    Psy-2102 Applied Psychology I:
    Applied Psychology in Your Life
    Dr. Thiri Hlaing (Assistant Lecturer)
    3
    Psy-2103 Experimental Psychology I:
    The Scope of Experimental Psychology
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    TV BROADCASTED IN 2016 - Third Year
    1
    Psy-3101 Social Psychology I:
    Scope and Methods of Social Psychology
    Daw Mon Mon Khaing  (Lecturer)
    2
    Psy-3102 Industrial and Organizational Psychology I:
    Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    Dr. Hlaing Hlaing Lay (Lecturer)
    3
    Psy-3103 Abnormal Psychology I:
    The Nature and Scope of Abnormal
    Psychology
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    4
    Psy-3104 Psychological Statistics I:
    Introduction
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    5

    Psy-3105 Crime and Psychology I:
    Who are Criminals?
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    6

    Psy-3001 Crime and Psychology I:
    Who are Criminals?
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    7

    Psy-3102 Personality of Myanmar People
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)
    TV BROADCASTED IN 2016 - Fourth Year
    1
    Psy-4101 Counselling Pychology I:
    An Overview of Counselling                                                
    Dr. Naw Sae Sae Phaw (Associate Professor)             
    2
    Psy-4102                          
    Sport  Psychology I:
    Introduction to Sport Psychology
    Dr. Hlaing Hlaing Lay (Lecturer)
    3
    Psy-4103 Psychological Testing I:
    Functions and Origins of Psychological
    Testing
    Dr. Thiri Hlaing (Assistant Lecturer)
    4
    Psy-4104 Psychological Reserach I:
    The Role and Importance of Reserch
    Dr. Khin Ya Mone (Assistant Lecturer)
    5

    Psy-4105 Health Psychology I:
    Introduction to Health Psychology
    Daw Mon Mon Khaing  (Lecturer)
    6

    Psy-4106 Introduction to Social Problems I:
    Approaches to the Study of Social Problem
    Dr. Hlaing Hlaing Lay (Lecturer)

    ACTIVITIES




    CONTACT

    Department of Psychology
    University of Distance Education, Yangon (47) A Inya Road, Kamaryut Township, Yangon,Myanmar
    Psychology YUDE Campus, Building(19)
    (951) 512865
    (951-01-502861) (951-01-537411-13, Ext.114)
    yuderector@mptmail.net.mm
    Last modified: Friday, 30 March 2018, 4:11 PM