What You'll Study
In the Psychology program, you’ll take classes in human learning, cognition, social
psychology and biological development among others, finishing with a capstone project.
Course List | Track Sheet
Psychology graduates are valued by a variety of industries because of their ability
to think critically, their strong communication skills and their excellent problem
solving techniques. They can find rewarding careers as career counselors, childcare
workers, market researchers, psychiatric technicians and many others.
According the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for social workers is projected
to be faster than average through 2030. Psychologists — Psychology graduates who have earned their doctorate
in Psychology — have a median income of $81,040 per year.