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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.

Degree Details

Offered as: Bachelor

Optional Specializations
  • Counseling Specialization
  • Criminal Justice Addictions Specialization
  • Forensic Investigation Specialization
  • General Specialization
  • Human Resources Specialization

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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:

  • Real-life practical experience in a wide array of courses.
  • Excellent preparation for graduate school in counseling or psychology by faculty who also teach in graduate programs in related disciplines.
  • Opportunities to present research in professional settings.
  • Small classes with a student focus.

Students are able to work closely with faculty from a variety of academic backgrounds. This atmosphere promotes success for students in a variety of career paths.

Meet Our Department!

Virginia Gonsman
Professor of Psychology
Department Chair, Psychology & Religious Studies
David Haschak
Associate Academic Dean and Chairperson of Humanities, Social Science and Professional Studies Division/ Coordinator Community Counseling Graduate Program
Laura Lansing
Professor of Psychology
Antoinette Woods
Assistant Professor of Community Counseling
Mary Shuttlesworth
Assistant Professor of Psychology

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