A practice-oriented degree designed to provide a better understanding of human nature and of the behavior of oneself and others as individuals and as members of groups. The focus of the department is to foster student professional development through its curriculum, as well as through planned programming and activities lead by the two student organizations, Psi Chi and Psychology Club. Students graduate with a strong foundation in theory, research, and application and nearly 100% of graduates find work in the field or are accepted to graduate programs.
Careers working with people and for graduate training; work with families, child and family advocacy, intervention, and counseling for all age groups; additional areas of employment are diverse and can include law enforcement, business, human resources, vocational rehabilitation, youth ministry, education and more.
Bachelor of Science
Bill Allan or Joshua Hallonen
Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences
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