The Bachelor’s in Psychology degree program provides students in class and real world experience in psychology. Students are exposed to the nature and research within psychology to provide a conceptual framework for understanding human behavior. Real world experience for careers in research or service work can come from either practicums, faculty-led research, or cooperative education program.
The Bachelor’s in Psychology program helps prepare students for future admission to graduate schools and advanced profession certification.
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