In the undergraduate Psychology major, you'll explore human behavior in connection to self, community, and service, while also learning about the scientific methodology component through laboratory work, coursework, and field training.
You're fascinated by human behavior. You're eager not only to learn and explore this topic, but to experience it. You want to see how the knowledge that you are acquiring through coursework will transfer into a career in the field.
In the Psychology bachelor's degree program, you will benefit from a strong research and clinical component that distinguishes it from therapeutically oriented counseling. You'll explore topics such as:
Research and lab experiences, in conjunction with your coursework, provide you with skills and knowledge about how psychology is applied in the therapeutic and research settings.
Required internship hours provide you with hands-on experience in professional environments. As a graduate of the Psychology BA program, you'll be prepared for a range of careers requiring an understanding of human behavior. You will also be qualified to pursue graduate study.
This course considers questions about human development, personality structure, mental health, illness, and interventions from a comparative, cross-cultural perspective. A range of varying notions and descriptions of psychological experience are explored using several targeted cultural groups as examples.
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