The Bachelor of Science program in psychology aims to provide a general background for advanced studies in fields which require an understanding of human psychology, such as clinical psychology, vocational and educational guidance, medicine, education, social work and personnel work in business and industry.
Students who major in psychology are required to complete an introductory course and 34 semester hours in upper division courses in psychology. Students also complete a liberal arts core curriculum consisting of courses in history, fine arts, literature, mathematics, biology, modern language, philosophy and theology. To view recommended block schedule click here.
A minor in psychology is earned by completing 18 semester hours of psychology courses, including 15 required hours and three hours of psychology electives. Students should consult the program director concerning specific requirements for the minor. To view recommended minor requirements click here.