Psychology Degree (B.A.)

Bachelor of Arts 
Major in Psychology

Studying psychology delves into human behavior, cognition, and emotions. You'll explore topics such as perception, memory, motivation, and personality, while learning research methods to critically evaluate findings. The curriculum covers areas like developmental psychology, abnormal psychology, social psychology, and cognitive psychology. Additionally, you'll discover practical applications in fields such as clinical psychology, counseling, and industrial-organizational psychology, offering insights into the complexities of the human mind and behavior.

Course Rotations

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FALL 2024 SEMESTER COURSES

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PSY 1300PSY 2100PSY 3331
PSY 3315PSY 2301PSY 3336
PSY 3316PSY 2101PSY 3341
PSY 3331PSY 2311PSY 3350
PSY 3335PSY 3312PSY 3361
PSY 3313PSY 3402
PSY 3315PSY 4342
PSY 3316PSY 4391
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SPRING 2025 SEMESTER COURSES

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PSY 3361More information coming soon!
PSY 3315
PSY 3350
PSY 3335
PSY 3402
PSY 3300
PSY 3312
PSY 4391

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Flexible course offerings, direct path to master's programs, and clinical preparation.

What jobs can you pursue with a bachelor's degree in psychology?

  • Career Counselor
  • Human Resources Specialist
  • Teacher
  • Case Manager
  • Advertising Agent
  • Behavior Analyst
  • Community Outreach Worker
  • Case Manager
  • Market Researcher

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