- Broad exposure to the basic concepts, theories, findings, and ethical issues of psychology, and an increased understanding of how these issues can be understood and integrated with the Christian world-view based on faith.
- Education in the scientific method including hands-on research opportunities. All graduates in the pre-graduate school tracks will complete an original empirical research paper and will present the results at a state conference. This project is a year-long senior-level experience and is part of the academic sequence. Students are also encouraged to engage in research activities off campus as part of a senior-level Research Practicum course, as well as working independently with faculty on research projects.
- Strong critical thinking, written and verbal communication skills.
- Applied experience through internship and practicum opportunities at community organizations.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Ryan Newell