A major in psychology is designed to help students gain an understanding of the science of human behavior and mental processes.

Students will become familiar with research design as well as the contemporary research findings in the fields of abnormal psychology, counseling, social processes, personality, human development, biological psychology, and applied psychology. The psychology major is often used as a foundation for graduate training in psychology, counseling, the ministry, or other areas.

A psychology major has the option of graduating with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree.

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Jaqueline Anson, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Elizabeth Gold, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology

Susan K. Long, MA
Associate Professor of Psychology