Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (draft)

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology promotes the application of psychological principles, scientific reasoning, and problem-solving skills to further the understanding of behavior. The 120-hour program covers the scientific study of the major areas of psychology. Students will learn how to think critically about psychological data and theories and how to approach problems from a scientific perspective. They will also learn how to communicate psychological content to professional and lay audiences.

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Psychology Degree Requirements

Our psychology students have the opportunity to engage in and contribute to research experiences. They are also able to participate in internships that will give them practical experiences in a professional setting.

View the pdf of regularly offered courses or view the list and descriptions of all psychology courses in the academic catalog.

The psychology degree is offered in person and fully online.




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Curricular Changes and Curriculum for Previous Years

Curricular Changes effective Fall 2019

Psychology Degree Requirements – If your Catalog year is PRIOR to Fall 2017