The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology represents the core values and world-view of the psychology discipline. This degree will:
- Prepare you to be a generalist, qualified for entry level positions in many fields.
- Prepare you to pursue graduate studies in areas like psychology, counseling, social work, education, law, or business.
- Help you develop the skills that employers value including oral and written communication skills, cognitive skills, human relations skills, and an ability to understand data.
Effects of Drugs on the Brain
Take a look inside the brains of mice on drugs with the Mouse Party – An interactive demonstration of the effect of various chemicals on the brain.
A Look at Schizophrenia
Students present their research findings on a broad range of social issues
A group of twenty-one Keystone students completed research and presented the results to the campus community at an interactive poster fair.
Health Psychology class comes to life
Health Psychology students become "nutrition detectives"
Keystone Faculty co-chair Mayor’s Task Force on Law Enforcement and Mental Health
Dr. Deborah Doyle Belknap and Mr. Ray Hayes are co-chairs of the Mayor’s Task Force on Law Enforcement and Mental Health.