Masters of Science in Human Development

Masters of Science in Human Development

Entry Year

2020

Qualification

M.Sc Human Development

Duration

2 years

Overview

About the Program

Students undertaking the M.Sc. program in Human Development at Mount Carmel College are trained to explore the field and acquire an in-depth understanding of Human Development. By putting in a conscious effort to impart knowledge about the field by reputed professors and lecturers, this program is designed to foster a culture wherein students’ talent is amplified with empirical training and technical training, simultaneously amplified by thorough guidance. The program focuses on moulding students to develop into self-sufficient individuals who have integrated happy lives and ensure that families do too. On acquiring knowledge of the qualitative and quantitative techniques as well as gaining an in-depth understanding of the field, Graduates of this degree will be able to demonstrate their skills in Human Development, Gerontology, Infant Development and Stimulation, etc. The Curricular and Extracurricular activities are designed in a way to ensure that the students receive a holistic understanding through the curriculum.

Head of Department

Dr. Sujata Gupta Kedar
(Ph.D., MSc)

Vision

  • To intra personally and inter personally grow and develop holistically
  • To adjust to the changing roles and responsibilities in society
  • To be tolerant, have integrated, happy and healthy families, societies and nation
  • To provide students with an excellent program where they can observe, learn and practice Human Development

Mission

  • To provide an empowering education to students to affect and transform human lives and to contribute proactively, creatively, progressively and humanely to improve life and standards of living.

Objective

  • Understand concepts that will help students to acquire a thorough understanding of human development across the life span
  • Comprehend the interplay between family, the workplace, schools, the community, and the larger culture that affects the individual
  • Learn skills for helping individuals, families, or groups through workshops, seminars, guest lectures, and panel discussions
  • Apply the knowledge learned in the program to conduct awareness programs for the community on various issues and challenges of the society
  • Design and implement activities/materials to stimulate an individual’s development across age groups
  • Prepare the students to cater to the needs of special children through an individualized educational program
  • Understand, analyze, criticize and administer different psychological tests across the life span
  • Comprehend the significance of mental health and well-being throughout the life span
  • Make strategies to improve the well-being among communities belonging to different strata, age groups, etc
  • Identify and create awareness among students about the various types of crimes and violence across different sections of society
  • Inculcate the skills and qualities of a counselor by learning the process of counseling and techniques involved
  • Understand the role of media in improving concerns related to human development
  • Understand the basics of human resource development

Program Specifications

Eligibility Criteria

Students who aspire to be a part of the program must have a Bachelors’ Degree from any stream from a recognized university provided they have not secured not less than 50%.

Course Future Prospects

Postgraduates of Human Development can work in special schools, rehabilitation centres, schools, research centres, early childhood centres, trainers, consultants and can be engaged in entrepreneurial ventures.

Syllabus

Course Code

Semester I

Name of Course

CC-01

Human Growth and Development

CC-02

Theoretical perspectives in HD

CC-03

Infant Development and Stimulation

CC-04

Curriculum Planning and Participation for Early Childhood Education

AC-01

Statistics

AC-02

Semester II

Psychometrics-1

CC-05

 Parenting

CC-06

Children with Special Needs and Inclusive Education

CC-07

Adolescence

CC-08

Gerontology

AC-03

Research Methodology

AC-02

Psychometrics-2

 Semester III

Community Development Program

EC-01

Mental Health

EC-02

Curriculum Planning and Supervision for Early Childhood Education

EC-03

Crime and Violence /Family and Community Dynamics

EC-04

Women Studies/ Play and Creativity across Lifespan

AC-05

Human Resource Management

OE

Open Elective – Human Sexuality

 Semester IV

Internship Report

EC-05

Media in Human Development

EC-06

Guidance and Counseling/ Culture and Psychology

EC-07

Human rights / Management of Programs for Children and Families

PR-01

Dissertation

Brochure

MSc Human Development Brochure
Overview

Overview

About the Program

Students undertaking the M.Sc. program in Human Development at Mount Carmel College are trained to explore the field and acquire an in-depth understanding of Human Development. By putting in a conscious effort to impart knowledge about the field by reputed professors and lecturers, this program is designed to foster a culture wherein students’ talent is amplified with empirical training and technical training, simultaneously amplified by thorough guidance. The program focuses on moulding students to develop into self-sufficient individuals who have integrated happy lives and ensure that families do too. On acquiring knowledge of the qualitative and quantitative techniques as well as gaining an in-depth understanding of the field, Graduates of this degree will be able to demonstrate their skills in Human Development, Gerontology, Infant Development and Stimulation, etc. The Curricular and Extracurricular activities are designed in a way to ensure that the students receive a holistic understanding through the curriculum.

Head of Department

Dr. Sujata Gupta Kedar
(Ph.D., MSc)

Vision

  • To intra personally and inter personally grow and develop holistically
  • To adjust to the changing roles and responsibilities in society
  • To be tolerant, have integrated, happy and healthy families, societies and nation
  • To provide students with an excellent program where they can observe, learn and practice Human Development

Mission

  • To provide an empowering education to students to affect and transform human lives and to contribute proactively, creatively, progressively and humanely to improve life and standards of living.

Objective

  • Understand concepts that will help students to acquire a thorough understanding of human development across the life span
  • Comprehend the interplay between family, the workplace, schools, the community, and the larger culture that affects the individual
  • Learn skills for helping individuals, families, or groups through workshops, seminars, guest lectures, and panel discussions
  • Apply the knowledge learned in the program to conduct awareness programs for the community on various issues and challenges of the society
  • Design and implement activities/materials to stimulate an individual’s development across age groups
  • Prepare the students to cater to the needs of special children through an individualized educational program
  • Understand, analyze, criticize and administer different psychological tests across the life span
  • Comprehend the significance of mental health and well-being throughout the life span
  • Make strategies to improve the well-being among communities belonging to different strata, age groups, etc
  • Identify and create awareness among students about the various types of crimes and violence across different sections of society
  • Inculcate the skills and qualities of a counselor by learning the process of counseling and techniques involved
  • Understand the role of media in improving concerns related to human development
  • Understand the basics of human resource development
Program Specifications

Program Specifications

Eligibility Criteria

Students who aspire to be a part of the program must have a Bachelors’ Degree from any stream from a recognized university provided they have not secured not less than 50%.

Course Future Prospects

Postgraduates of Human Development can work in special schools, rehabilitation centres, schools, research centres, early childhood centres, trainers, consultants and can be engaged in entrepreneurial ventures.

Syllabus

Syllabus

Course Code

Semester I

Name of Course

CC-01

Human Growth and Development

CC-02

Theoretical perspectives in HD

CC-03

Infant Development and Stimulation

CC-04

Curriculum Planning and Participation for Early Childhood Education

AC-01

Statistics

AC-02

Semester II

Psychometrics-1

CC-05

 Parenting

CC-06

Children with Special Needs and Inclusive Education

CC-07

Adolescence

CC-08

Gerontology

AC-03

Research Methodology

AC-02

Psychometrics-2

 Semester III

Community Development Program

EC-01

Mental Health

EC-02

Curriculum Planning and Supervision for Early Childhood Education

EC-03

Crime and Violence /Family and Community Dynamics

EC-04

Women Studies/ Play and Creativity across Lifespan

AC-05

Human Resource Management

OE

Open Elective – Human Sexuality

 Semester IV

Internship Report

EC-05

Media in Human Development

EC-06

Guidance and Counseling/ Culture and Psychology

EC-07

Human rights / Management of Programs for Children and Families

PR-01

Dissertation

Brochure

Brochure

MSc Human Development Brochure