The Psychology major provides preparation for graduate study and entry into human services fields. Advisement is available for students who wish to pursue careers in research, mental health, ministry, rehabilitation, personnel work, and agency counseling. The faculty is concerned with relating modern psychology to the Christian faith and, in true liberal arts fashion, puts these two into creative tension so that the student can learn from both. The Psychology major earns a B.A. degree.
B.A. in Psychology
Art Therapy, Psychology
Program and Course Information
- Psychology Section (School of Humanities & Social Sciences) in the University Catalog [PDF]
- Undergraduate Courses Description in the University Catalog [PDF]