This degree requires a minor.
Programs within the Department of Psychology prepare students to apply psychological theory and practice in a broad range of settings with diverse populations and to pursue graduate education. Students have the option of selecting a concentration in pre-counseling or research. The pre-counseling concentration prepares students for entry level positions or graduate training in mental health and human service fields through the learning of basic counseling theories and techniques and application of these techniques in an experiential practicum. The research concentration prepares students for graduate training or entry level positions in psychological science through the practice of research methodology in conducting an original research project. Students may opt to complete both concentrations.
Note: A Biliterate (English/Spanish) degree option is available to Psychology majors. Contact the Biliterate Programs Office for more information.