Develop a foundation for further psychological inquiry and use the principles of psychology to improve life and give more meaningful service to others.
Build a Life of Service
Build a strong testimony of Jesus Christ and His gospel as you gain a desire for life-long learning and a quality education in the field of psychology. You will receive a solid foundation in research, theory, and application that will adequately prepare you for life and successful career opportunities within the exciting interdisciplinary field of health psychology by combining the strengths of psychology with other disciplines (e.g., health science, nutrition, biology).
Graduates with a degree in Psychology have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Highlighted Career Paths
A bachelor's degree in psychology prepares you to be very competitive for any employment that requires a non-specific bachelor's education. The skills you will gain in research, communication, and human behavior will make you very marketable.
A bachelor's degree in psychology also prepares you for additional graduate study in psychology, medicine, law, and business, to name a few. Dual programs in psychology and one of these other areas create powerful career paths.
Explore Related Career Paths
All degree related careers can be found in I-plan, along with related salary information.
Getting started in this degree
Students will complete 24 credits of major-specific courses which can be found in the course catalog for this degree. To find out if Psychology General Emphasis is right for you, take the following classes first:
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Declare As Your Major
The Advising Office can help with degree planning and preparation. To declare your major or minor, plan classes, or find out who your advisor is, visit the Advising homepage.