Learn to understand human behavior and prepare for careers in the fields of business, education, health, and human services.
Why Study Psychology?
Connect one-on-one with faculty, fellow students, and other professionals through classroom instruction, hands-on learning, and internships:
- Learn about emotions, personality, the brain and behavior, motivation, intelligence, health, and group behavior.
- Participate in courses that will provide you with research and analytical skills.
- Engage with faculty and mentors and present undergraduate research at national conferences.
- Gain practical experience during various internship opportunities.
- Pursue graduate studies in areas like psychology, counseling, social work, education, law, or business.
Receive personalized attention and top-notch instruction in a supportive environment:
- Our Stairs to Success developmental plan for success will guide you through your time at Keystone.
- 92% of students receive financial aid.
- Over 150 scholarships are awarded yearly.
- Career Counselor
- Child & Family Social Worker
- Health Services Manager
- Market Research Analyst
- Recreational Therapist
- Commonwealth Health
- Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- Friendship House
- Geisinger Health Network
- Women’s Resource Center
Juvenile Justice Institute
The JJI gives students the opportunity to use evidence-based, trauma-responsive programs designed to help area children and reduce delinquency and juvenile incarceration.
What can I do with a psychology degree?
Employers appreciate the skills and abilities, knowledge base, and personal traits of students who major in psychology. A psychology degree does not train you to be a professional psychologist but you will be qualified for many other career paths and opportunities.
Keystone student-to-faculty ratio
increase in jobs over the next 10 years
Median annual salary for psychology careers
Amazing opportunities—on campus and beyond
From internships and experiential learning opportunities to travel and conferences, you’ll have many opportunities to conduct real-world experiences, work with your peers and mentors in your chosen field, and learn first-hand the latest skills to succeed in the real world.
Engage with faculty and mentors and present undergraduate research at national conferences.
Connect with professionals through hands-on learning and internships.
Students in the CJ/Psychology Club participate in individual projects, observe group demonstrations, and attend the many conferences and other excursions.
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Marie Andreoli, PhD
Deborah Doyle Belknap, JD, PhD
William Chase II, PsyD
Steven R. Howell, PhD
Michael McDougall, MSc, PhD
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