The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology — Multiple Pathways to a Degree
The program combines theoretical study and scientific research methods with practical application through course work, field studies, community involvement, volunteerism and supervised independent research. Graduates of the Psychology department go on to careers in social services, mental health, education, research and business. Undergraduates also may choose to specialize in developmental disabilities.
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology requires the completion of 36 to 54 credits and is available on campus and online. Beyond the general major, Psychology students can elect to study one of the following concentrations: Behavior Analysis, Clinical Psychology, Community Psychology, Developmental Disabilities, or Health Psychology.
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