About the Program
Do you find yourself asking why people behave the way they do and do you want to gain a better understanding of human behavior? Are you interested in helping others and improving your community? Maybe you have great people skills and enjoy solving problems. If you answered yes than the Psychology Program is right for you.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology represents the core values and world-view of the psychology discipline and follows the American Psychological Association’s guidelines for an undergraduate degree in psychology and emphasizes a liberal arts education.
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.
You will learn about emotions, personality, the brain and behavior, motivation, intelligence, health, group behavior memory, learning and more.
Employers value psychology majors for their oral and written communication skills, cognitive skills, human relations skills and their ability to understand data.