Overview & Academics
The PSYCHOLOGY program focuses on the development of writing, critical thinking, and quantitative reasoning skills. Students learn key concepts and theories in cognitive, emotional, and social processes along with research methods and strategies for psychological assessment. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for a variety of employment settings and further graduate study.
- Professional counselors or psychologists (with graduate training)
- Public agencies that coordinate services for people or families.
- Social and mental health agencies
- Companies/agencies that provide child development services
- Helpful Career Exploration Tools:
Minimum of 30 semester hours in psychology is required:
PSY 111, 201 or 202, 302 or 304, 226, 227, 316, 319, 321, or 322, 410
One psychology elective (3 semester hours)
PSY 111, 226, PSY 319 or 321 or 322; PSY 316 or 317 or 302 or 304
PSY elective ( three semester hours, any upper level Psychology course)
PSY elective (any psychology course)(18 semester hours)