B.S. in Psychology

​B.S. in Psychology​​​

The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology equips students with the specialized knowledge, critical thinking and research skills to excel in both graduate study and a variety of careers. Students complete 53 credit hours of course requirements in addition to the College core curriculum. Different from the B.A. in psychology, the B.S. offers greater exposure to the natural sciences, including additional experimental coursework.  

Students should refer to the College Bulletin​ or the major status sheet for complete information regarding major requirements.

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Minor in Family Studies

Students complete 19 credit hours of course requirements to minor in family studies. Students gain a foundational understanding of the important theories, methods and research findings of psychological science as it relates to the study of the family as a social institution.

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B.A. in Psychology

The Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology equips students with specialized knowledge, critical thinking and communication skills to excel in both graduate study and a variety of careers.

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After Graduation

The majority of psychology majors pursue graduate study, including advanced work in psychology and related fields, as well as in medicine, law, business and theology.

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Current Students

​Every student's story is different, and how you choose to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn, grow and flourish is up to you.

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Minor in Psychology

Students complete 18 credit hours of course requirements to minor in psychology.

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B.S. in Psychology

The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology equips students with the specialized knowledge, critical thinking and research skills to excel in both graduate study and a variety of careers.

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