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Charlotte Program

You have a knack for working with people and a passion for learning. We can help you turn your psychological knowledge and skills into a variety of career possibilities.

 

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Courses at Charlotte

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services program at Montreat College in Charlotte, N.C., combines the disciplines of psychology, counseling and social work. Our professors will challenge you to explore the relationship between faith and learning as you build a solid foundation in current psychology concepts, as well as historical trends, research design methods, and research analysis.

As with all programs at Montreat College, our B.S. in Psychology and Human Services program is designed with a Christ-centered foundation. Coursework and classroom discussions allow you to analyze secular theories and topics from a Christian perspective. Prepare for a career in a wide range of fields, including:

  • social services
  • Christian ministry
  • case management
  • substance abuse counseling
  • marriage counseling
  • juvenile services
  • senior centers
  • parole and probation
  • mental health services

Faculty members in this program are scholars and leaders in the field, as well as practicing clinicians. They also strive to stay at the forefront of development in the discipline and can help you share in their passion as you seek your Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

Courses in the Psychology and Human Services program include:

  • Social Psychology
  • Theories and Principles of Counseling
  • Psychology Applied to Modern Life
  • Social Welfare and Social Services
  • Child and Adolescent Development

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Looking beyond a Bachelor’s in Psychology?

Graduates of our Psychology and Human Services program can seek a graduate psychology degree in a variety of areas, including clinical psychology, counseling psychology, health psychology, sports psychology, forensic psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and educational psychology.