Psychology B.A.

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Psychology is one of the most popular undergraduate majors in the U.S. As a Psychology major you'll be introduced to theories and research used to develop the skills to study human behavior and the human mind.  The psychology major allows students to develop a focus of interest in order to prepare you for a variety of different career paths including, social and human services, careers in community mental health, jobs in governmental agencies or non-profit organizations and other fields requiring strong interpersonal skills.

You will take three introductory courses in different subfields such as, Social Psychology, Personality Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Abnormal Psychology (Clinical/Counseling Psychology) Developmental Psychology and Research Methods/Statistics.  Then, based on your interests, you will be required to take upper-level courses that specialize in topics within the subfield areas.  


B.A. in Psychology Degree Requirements

for more information please contact:

Leslie Johnson, Assistant Professor, Psychology

leslie.johnson@finlandia.edu

906.487.7407

or

Suomi College of Arts & Sciences

arts&sciences@finlandia.edu

906.487.7513