The psychology major is a regionally accredited undergraduate degree that integrates the Christian faith with current psychological perspectives. Major theories in psychology are evaluated from a Christian perspective and application of psychological principles is encouraged to help students grow personally and in their professional competencies.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science degree in psychology, students are prepared for careers in psychology and other related fields. Job options for bachelor’s level graduates include, but are not limited to, paraprofessionals in clinics and hospitals, case workers in social services, educational aides, and staff in church and parachurch ministries. Additionally, the psychology major prepares students to enter graduate school for further study in psychology including the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) program.
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology requires completion of 120 hours of the following: