Psychology Undergraduate Programs
Psychology majors and concentrations
Studying psychology helps you develop your knowledge and understanding of behavior, which helps you better understand yourself and your environment. It will enhance your life as you acquire skills that improve your performance in the career of your choice and prepare you for graduate study in psychology or related fields such as social work or counseling.
The undergraduate program offers you a choice of three majors and a flexible 21-credit minor. The first is a 30-credit major which is extremely flexible and is appropriate for anyone interested in psychology, regardless of post-graduation plans. The other two are 36-credit major concentrations, one in mental health and the other in business. We also offer a five-year accelerated graduate program leading to a master's degree in Experimental Psychology.
Concentration in Business Psychology
Examine the psychology behind advertising, hiring, workplace dynamics and more. A concentration in business psychology prepares you for a dynamic career in industrial/organizational psychology, human resources, marketing, consulting and beyond.
Concentration in Mental Health
Prepare for a fulfilling career helping people live happier lives. This concentration is ideal preparation for case managers, child life specialists, nonprofit managers, grant writers, social workers and more.
Applied Forensic Studies Certificate
Learn specific psychological and anthropological skills used in forensic labs and discuss social factors and biases behind methods and theories. This undergraduate certificate is designed for degree-seeking students of any major who are interested in forensic studies.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the application and scientific study of socially important behavior. We offer undergraduate and graduate courses for students pursuing credentials to become a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).