You want to help people heal and grow. Our program offers a solid foundation for your work—a rich liberal arts experience, interactive classes, and research experience. We also emphasize fieldwork and self-awareness. You’ll be prepared for a wide range of opportunities.
Psychology and Human Services major
Our Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services program is designed to help you implement your psychological knowledge, skills, and values into a range of occupational settings. Our course work blends together psychology, counseling, and social work. You can learn about current concepts and historical trends in the field, as well as research methods, design, and analysis. Our professors will challenge you to explore the relationship between faith and learning. Active classroom discussions will help you analyze secular theories and topics from a Christian perspective.
As a psychology major and graduate, you’ll be prepared for a wide range of opportunities in the field, such as:
- case management
- marriage counseling
- social services
- substance abuse counseling
- school counseling
- juvenile services
- parole and probation
- senior centers
- mental health services
- Christian ministry
You’ll also be prepared to seek graduate studies in psychology, in areas such as:
- clinical psychology
- counseling psychology
- forensic psychology
- health psychology
- industrial/organizational psychology
- sports psychology
- educational psychology
- social work
- school counseling
- school psychology
We emphasize self-awareness throughout the program, helping students develop the personal characteristics needed for success in Psychology and Human Services.
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Integrate psychology, counseling, and social work to help individuals and families facing the challenges of our present society.
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Engage in psychological theories and research—to describe, explain, and predict human behaviors and processes.
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Learn from the best—professors who combine skill with scholarly leadership. Who continually grow and are grounded in their faith.
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