Psychology is about exploration and discovery. It is about unlocking the complexities of the brain to understand human behavior. Psychology offers a way to understand the world.

There’s no limit to what you can do with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. Advance to graduate study in experimental, industrial, or clinical, psychology, or pursue a career in social work, education, or medicine.

Our intensive, 120-credit bachelor’s program will prepare you with the scientific knowledge, analytical abilities, and communication skills to succeed across numerous fields.

Chart Your Discovery

Every student completes a 27-credit core curriculum in the liberal arts, as well as required courses that survey developmental, experimental, abnormal, and biological psychology.

Then your education is yours to tailor. Choose electives in pyscholinguistics, social psychology, or psychology of the exceptional child. Explore various branches of study, including school, clinical, or industrial/organizational psychology. Complete an internship or independent study or take on the challenge of a senior honors seminar.

Our faculty mentors offer ample guidance and personalized instruction, and when the time comes they can help you decide which path is right for you.

Graduation Requirements

Students must earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 and at least a 2.3 in the major to graduate.