Brad M. Hastings received his Ph.D. from Kansas State University and is currently Chair of the Social Science Department. His scholarly interests include authoritarianism, aggression, political behavior, philosophical psychology, positive psychology, and theoretical developments in personality theory. He has recently published research in academic journals such as Theory & Psychology, Psychological Reports, and Mental Health, Religion, and Culture. His most recent book is Twist of Fate: The Moirae in Everyday Psychology.
David Haschak Ed.D., N.C.C., L.P.C. is the program coordinator for the Graduate Program in Community Counseling. Dr. Haschak came to Mount Aloysius following 14 years of employment as a professional counselor and the director of mental health services for a local non-profit organization. Dr. Haschak is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Pennsylvania and a Nationally Certified Counselor. He completed his Doctoral studies in Counselor Education and Supervision at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
"The Nursing program at Mount Aloysius College offers advanced technology and small class sizes. More importantly, the College has amazing faculty with the knowledge and compassion to help you succeed. I earned the education and skills that I needed to pass my boards and, with their guidance, I am now a competent and confident nurse."
Erin R. Ratchford
Class of ‘09
RN, Somerset Hospital
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program is designed to provide the student with a broad education in the liberal arts and sciences and the specific preparation necessary for entry into the fields of psychology, social services, and graduate study.
The psychology major emphasizes the experimental, theoretical, and practical applications of psychology to alleviate suffering including an emphasis on counseling, development, cognitive, personality, and social psychology. The Psychology program offers:
The Psychology program at Mount Aloysius College offers small classes with a student focus.
Students are able to work closely with faculty from counseling and research backgrounds. This atmosphere promotes sucess for students whether they choose to pursue a research or counseling career path.
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