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Morganton Program

You have a drive for learning and a desire to serve others. At Montreat College, we can help you turn that passion into a career with a wide range of possibilities.


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Courses at Morganton

Courses in the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services program at Montreat College in Morganton, N.C., cover a wide range of topics, including psychology, counseling and social work. You’ll gain a solid foundation in current psychology concepts, historical trends, research design methods, and research analysis as you explore the relationship between faith and learning.

The Psychology and Human Services degree program at Montreat College reflects our Christ-centered approach to education and allows you to analyze secular theories and topics from a Christian perspective. In this program, you can prepare for a career in a variety of fields, including:

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

As a Psychology major, you’ll find that the faculty members in this program are passionate about the psychology field, serving as scholars and leaders in that field, in addition to being practicing clinicians. They also strive to stay at the forefront of development in the discipline and can help you gain the skills and knowledge it takes to start a career.

Courses in the Psychology and Human Services degree program include:

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

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Looking ahead to graduate school?

After you’ve completed your degree in Psychology, you 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.