At a Glance
- Students build a strong foundation in the primary principles of psychology.
- The program offers flexible curriculum with opportunity to focus on specific interests.
- Small class sizes allows for individual mentorship from psychology faculty.
The Psychology Bachelor of Science in Psychology program is designed to give students a strong foundation in the primary principles of psychology. All students take a core curriculum of social, developmental, abnormal, personality, and biological psychology courses. Beyond these core courses, our curriculum is designed to be flexible, allowing students to focus on specific areas of interest, such as child, clinical, forensic, school, or research psychology. Our faculty provide individual mentorship to help students shape their degree path around their specific goals and interests. Psychology is a diverse and evolving field, and our goal is to provide students with the support and foundational experiences to be prepared for careers and/or graduate work after graduation.