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Course Overview

 

Psychology is a newly developed scientific field which studies the mind and behavior of human beings. It is a multifaceted discipline which includes many sub-fields of study such areas as human development, sports, health, clinical, social behavior and cognitive processes. Psychology attempts to investigate the causes of behavior using systematic and objective procedures for observation, measurement and analysis, backed-up by theoretical interpretations, generalizations, explanations and predictions. In this course, basically, the development of Psychology throughout history is discussed.

 

  • Introduction to Western Psychology
  • Origin of Western Psychology
  • Major Schools of Psychology-
  • Structuralism
  • Functionalism
  • Behaviorism
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Psychodynamic Approach
  • Humanistic Theory
  • Gestalt Psychology
  • Cognitive Approach
  • Existential Theory



Studies the political ideas of Buddhism that have developed as a critique of the pre-Buddhist nations about the nature of kingship, the origin of the state and political institutions; Buddhist ideas on the functions of the state, and duties and responsibilities of state authorities; Buddhist attitude towards democratic, dictatorial and tyrannical systems of government; the Buddhist teachings on the relationship between politics and morality; the significance of the Buddhist ideal of cakkavatti kingship and the ten moral norms of state governance. (dasaraja darma) Studies Sri Lanka’s political system and political culture; the role of the state, administration and local government, the political parties and interest groups, the politicizes maintained, and contemporary political issues.



Studies research works and literary works on Buddhism from the past up to the present written by historical figures, traditional authors and modern academics. 

Course Overview

 

The subject introduces the content, structure and the history of the Suttantapitaka of the Pāli Tipitaka based on primary sources. Some key Buddhist concepts and nature of the Buddhist philosophy also explained with examples taken from some selected passages and discourse from the Suttantapiṭaka. This structurally introduces the four Nikāyas, such as Dīghanikāya, Majjhimanikāya, Saṃyuttanikāya and Anguttaranikāya together with their divisions, subdivisions and the fifteen books of the Khuddakanikāya. Origin, gradual evaluation, general history and the preservation of the Suttapiṭaka are also discussed critically. 


The subject introduces terms and concepts and studies terms and concept on Dhamma by using dictionaries, encyclopedias, and academic writings in English.

(HCI) is the study of interaction between people (users)and computers.

Teacher : Thilina Bandara

Teacher : Thilina Bandara

This course introduces students with most of the relevant programming languages and techniques of professional web development and web engineering techniques to build dynamic websites with HTML, XHTML, XML and with Windows,Apache, MySQL, and PHP OOP (LARAVEL) , one of today’s most popular frameworks, how to structure pages with XHTML and CSS, how to program in JavaScript and PHP, how to configure Apache and MySQL, how to design and query databases with SQL, how to use Ajax with both XML and JSON, what is an MVC framework and how to setup a PHP framework e.g., LARAVEL.

Counseling Psychology and its Practice

  • Course Overview

Western Counselling and Buddhist Counselling are two main popular streams of Psychology. Both streams study the mind and behavior of human beings. These two main streams attempt to investigate the causes of behavior using systematic and objective procedures for observation, measurement and analysis, backed-up by theoretical interpretations, generalizations, explanations and predictions. This course provides a general introduction to both Western Counselling Psychology and Buddhist Counselling Psychology. Further, this course also provides an introduction to main concepts of Western Counselling and Buddhist Counselling.

  • Course Objectives

This course aims to give a good knowledge of Western Counselling Psychology and Buddhist Counselling Psychology. 

  • Learning Outcomes

  1. To examine the main concepts of Western Counselling Psychology and Buddhist Counselling Psychology.  
  2. To understand the qualities and skills of a counselor.
  3. To understand and identify main mental disorders.
  4. To help clients.
  5. To practice simple relaxation techniques with clients.
  6. To apply positive thinking in daily life.
  7. To engage in psycho social activities with a clear understanding.


Counseling Psychology and its Practice

  • Course Overview

Western Counselling and Buddhist Counselling are two main popular streams of Psychology. Both streams study the mind and behavior of human beings. These two main streams attempt to investigate the causes of behavior using systematic and objective procedures for observation, measurement and analysis, backed-up by theoretical interpretations, generalizations, explanations and predictions. This course provides a general introduction to both Western Counselling Psychology and Buddhist Counselling Psychology. Further, this course also provides an introduction to main concepts of Western Counselling and Buddhist Counselling.

  • Course Objectives

This course aims to give a good knowledge of Western Counselling Psychology and Buddhist Counselling Psychology. 

  • Learning Outcomes

  1. To examine the main concepts of Western Counselling Psychology and Buddhist Counselling Psychology.  
  2. To understand the qualities and skills of a counselor.
  3. To understand and identify main mental disorders.
  4. To help clients.
  5. To practice simple relaxation techniques with clients.
  6. To apply positive thinking in daily life.
  7. To engage in psycho social activities with a clear understanding.


To provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to undertake a systems analysis investigation by following a recognized methodology.

Course Overview

With the excessive exploitation of natural resources, finite resources are remaining as a treasure for future generations to be protected. Hence, importance of proper knowledge on natural environment is a necessity in order to propagate the value of it. This course includes the philosophical teachings of the Buddha regarding environment and ethical aspects of Buddhism regarding the natural environment. Pre - Buddhist view of natural environment and contemporary concerns of ecology and the environment is discussed comparatively under this course unit with Buddhist approach as well as with different religious and philosophical teachings.

 

Course Objectives

The objectives of this course is to introduce the students about Buddhist environmental concept and theories; familiarize with the relevant primary sources along with their corresponding sections of modern scholastic notion of Buddhist Environmental philosophy. Students also will be able to aware about the current global environmental education theories and programs and impact of Buddhist environmental ethics for the Environmental philosophy of Buddhism.

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course students will able

Ø  To examine the different religious and philosophical views on the origin of natural environment

Ø  To evaluate the pre – Buddhist  views of environmental philosophy

Ø  To analyze the fundamental Buddhist concepts in relation to environment

Ø  To compare the Environmental theories such as Egocentricism and Human – Nature Orientation with the Buddhist Teachings

Ø  To study the Buddhist environmental ethics

Ø  To apply the Buddhist Theoretical knowledge on the Environment for sustainable Development through Green Economics


Practical Session 

15 weeks