PG in behavioural science at LIBA
Students with a graduate degree in any subject may apply.
A one-year postgraduate diploma course in behavioural science will be offered at the Center for Behavioural Science at the Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), starting August 8, said P. Christie, director, LIBA.
Emmanuel Arockiam, director of the Center, said the objective of the centre was to enhance the skills of HR professionals and to provide individuals resources for personal self-enhancement and to help organisations with executive coaching and job competency development programmes.
Suggesting that human behaviour in organisations and suitable ‘Indian’ solutions to behavioural and life issues affecting individuals and organisations have not been adequately studied, Dr. Arockiam said the Centre would also be used to conduct research in areas of interest to organisations.
The diploma course would focus on knowledge required by individuals and organisations to understand and cope with psychological/behavioural/attitudinal problems.
It would be spread across three terms with eight courses of two credits each and a research project worth four credits. Students with a graduate degree in any subject may apply.
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