When you choose to major in Psychology at Benedictine, you will:
In Benedictine's Psychology program, you will study the behavior of individuals, groups, society and organizations. You will learn both the theories of psychologists and how the theories are applied in real situations.Program Formats and Locations:
*with a master's or doctoral degree.
As a Psychology major, you will complete at least 41 credit-hours in psychology courses with a grade of “C” or better. You will learn principles of psychology, statistics, research methods in the social sciences and how to do a senior thesis in the program's capstone course. You will also choose from among advanced psychology courses according to your interests and advisor's advice, including at least eight credit-hours of laboratory courses. You will take courses to increase your knowledge of related social sciences such as sociology, economics and political science/anthropology.
Psychology is for you if you are interested in a career that deals with people on a one-to-one basis or in a group, and that uses statistics and other research skills. You will learn what motivates people and the skills needed to work with people effectively.