Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology will gain knowledge, skills, and abilities that will enhance their personal and professional life, as well as workplace skills needed in the information age such as critical thinking, communication and collaboration, and interpretation of data. Students study a variety of subjects including mental and emotional health, human and animal behavior, research and synthesis of information. Each year, students are able to conduct their own independent research and present their findings to faculty, staff, and their fellow students. Our graduates go on to succeed in a variety of careers and many further their education at the graduate degree level.

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Department: Psychology

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Credits for Degree: 120

Clubs

  • Psychology Club
  • Psi Chi International Honor Society

Possible Careers

  • Social and human services: case worker/manager, child protection social worker, human services counselor
  • Health and medical services: psychiatric aid/technician, health coach,
  • Law Enforcement: corrections officer, criminal investigator, social worker, victims’ advocate
  • Counseling and Therapy: crisis intervention counselor, rehabilitation counselor, substance abuse counselor

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