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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

You’ve always had an interest and insight into human behavior, and you want to hone your abilities to pursue a fulfilling career in the field of psychology. If you're dedicated to serving the public and improving lives, then our B.A. in Psychology program is a great place to start.  

Our faculty of professionals brings years of experience in the field into the classroom, giving you the edge of real-life experience. You’ll be on the path to a career in counseling, rehabilitation, community and public relations, advertising and market research, education, or legislative affairs, among other areas.  

You’ll take one of two applied concentration tracks:  

Human Development, Education, and Health Concentration
This concentration explores physical, emotional, social, and cognitive aspects of human psychological development. You’ll be prepared for professions such as counseling, education, social work, or other related areas of public service. 

Organizational Psychology Concentration
This concentration provides students with a strong background in understanding the application of psychological principles to examining individual and group interactions in a variety of settings. You’ll be prepared for business-related careers, such as human resources, marketing, and public relations.


Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree program study the science of behavior and mental processes.  They develop strong academic and social skills including critical thinking, collaboration, oral and written expression, interpersonal effectiveness, and social maturity. Coursework emphasizes personality and psychopathology, child and adolescent development, the relationship between the nervous system and behavior, societal and cultural influence on human interaction, and the relationship between psychology and the law. Students learn to critically review psychological literature, and apply theory to practice by conducting their own psychological research projects. 

Skills acquired in this program help prepare students for careers in counseling, rehabilitation, human services, administration, community and public relations, advertising and market research, education, and legislative affairs.  Students are well-prepared to pursue advanced degrees in Psychology or related fields.

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