Welcome to the Discipline of Psychology
The Discipline of Psychology has three distinct histories; Westville, Pietermaritzburg, and Durban. Today the Discipline is an amalgamation of these three departments, existing on two campuses (Howard College and Pietermaritzburg) and servicing courses on the Westville campus. 

The vision of the Discipline of Psychology is to be a standard setting institution of excellence in emerging niche areas within socio-psychological scholarship, with a focus on African Psychology. The goal is to nurture and deliver excellence and innovation in knowledge production that addresses challenges in the national, regional, and international development agenda in relevant ways. This will be achieved through critically informed and reflective teaching, research and community responsiveness.

  News
UKZN lecturer gets Teaching and Learning Award
UKZN lecturer gets Teaching and Learning Award
UKZN Psychology lecturer within the School of Applied Human Sciences, Dr Anthony Collins, was recently awarded one of five Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA) National Excellence in Teaching and Learning Awards.
Bursaries from Correctional Services for 2009
Bursaries from Correctional Services for 2009
Bursaries from Correctional Services for 2009
Finalist in the 2009 Nedbank Old Mutual Budget Speech Competition
Finalist in the 2009 Nedbank Old Mutual Budget Speech Competition
One of our current honours students, Chris (Tinashe) Matibiri, was a finalist in the 2009 Nedbank Old Mutual Budget Speech Competition.

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