In the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program, you'll study the essentials of psychological science and thought, integrating your professional goals and objectives with the program's curriculum. Designed around core courses covering history and theories, statistics, research, and physiological psychology, the curriculum emphasizes critical thinking, methods of inquiry, research methodology, psychology processes and the application of psychological principles to diverse areas of human behavior.
Who is this program for?
This program is for students who want to prepare for graduate study in psychology or related disciplines; for graduate study in fields where knowledge of human behavior would be beneficial; for professional careers in psychology; or for baccalaureate-level careers in human services or psychological support settings.
What can you do with a degree in psychology?
Students with psychology degrees have careers in health and human services, management, education, law and sports or pursue graduate studies.