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Psychology

Engage your heart of service with the professional skills necessary to advocate for mental health in your community.

Our versatile psychology degree program will allow you to explore the motivations behind human behavior and the science of emotions. You will be prepared to excel in your chosen behavioral health profession through practical instruction in social psychology, psychology of personality, Christian theology, and theories and techniques of counseling.

Majors: Gain the education needed to pursue an advanced degree in psychology or enter the behavioral health workforce.

Minors: A foundational understanding of human behavior will prepare you for a wide array of careers in the behavioral health field.

Concentrations: Advance your service-oriented career by gaining knowledge related to the study of human behavior.

 

 

Faculty

Department Chair

Regular Faculty

Debbie J. Bicket, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling

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