Making The World Better—One Person At A Time

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology enhances our understanding of the human mind and behavior from both a scientific and distinctive Christian worldview. Our academic framework synthesizes broad-based knowledge and theories drawn from the fields of psychology, sociology, and cultural studies to provide the student with a well-rounded social science foundation. Students are challenged within the psychology major to consider the meaning and application of social justice and social advocacy within a psychological and cultural context.  

The graduate with this degree should be able to:

  • Have knowledge regarding the purpose of the human mind and behavior from both a scientific and distinctive Christian worldview
  • Be equipped with a well-rounded  social science foundation  
  • Have a better understanding of multicultural considerations as integrated into the psychology curriculum
  • Consider the meaning and application of social justice and social advocacy within a psychological and cultural context 
  • Understand the healing process for hurting individuals and communities in a local and global context
  • Be excellent candidates for further graduate studies in the fields of clinical and counseling psychology

Course Listings

A complete list of courses can be found in the Academic Catalog

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