The Bachelor of Science in Psychology is designed to serve the student seeking a terminal liberal arts degree, as well as the student who is preparing for graduate training in psychology or allied fields. Many career opportunities exist in mental health, schools, business and industry, the non-profit sector, as well as in government service for program graduates. Three concentrations are available: Applied Mental, Applied Developmental and Custom Focus.
The Applied Developmental concentration is for those students interested in theoretical issues, research, and clinical/therapeutic applications related to children and adolescents. This concentration prepares students for employment in areas whose emphasis involves children and adolescents as well as establishing a strong foundation for graduate work in related areas
If you are unsure regarding your semester of program admission (also known as the "catalog term"),
please see your academic advisor or the department chairperson for this information.