A Diploma in Child Psychology is a specialized program that provides a comprehensive understanding of child development, behaviour, and mental health. It focuses on the psychological aspects of children's growth, encompassing topics such as cognitive, emotional, and social development, as well as the assessment and intervention techniques needed to support children's well-being. This diploma equips individuals with the knowledge and skills required to work with children in educational, clinical, or counselling settings, helping them navigate challenges and thrive.


A career in Child Psychology offers the opportunity to make a profound difference in the lives of children. Graduates can become Child Psychologists, Counsellors, School Counsellors, or Developmental Specialists, helping children navigate emotional and developmental challenges. They can also work as Parent Educators, Behaviour Analysts, or Child Life Specialists, contributing to the well-being and growth of young minds. It’s a rewarding path focused on nurturing the psychological and emotional health of children, ensuring they have the support and guidance needed to thrive.

What you'll learn

Sl.NoSubject CodeSubject NameMax. Marks
1DCS 1Introduction to Child Psychology100
2DCS 2Biological Factors in Child Psychology100
3DCS 3Major Schools of Child Psychology100
4DCS 4Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development100
5DCS 5Vygotsky’s theory of Socio-cognitive Development100
6DCS 6Erikson’s Eight Stages of Development100
7DCS 7Nurture100
8DCS 8Processes of the Development of Language100


6 Months


4-6 hours per week