Bachelor of ArtsPsychology


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Program Overview

Credit Hours: 44

CSP’s psychology degree prepares you for a wide range of careers in healthcare, human services, marketing, human resources, forensics, research, and many others. Studying psychology develops scientific and critical thinking as well as an understanding of human thought, behavior and interaction.  Our curriculum includes a diverse array of courses that combine theory and real-world application of psychological concepts. You will develop research abilities through coursework and hands-on research opportunities with a CSP faculty member that will enhance your preparation for graduate studies. You will explore diverse perspectives within the field of psychology like clinical and healthcare applications, cognitive systems, behavioral neuroscience, cross-cultural, developmental, organizational, marketing/consumer, sports, civic engagement and social psychology, as well as interdisciplinary fields such as ... Read More

health, law and addiction psychology. Our required internship as well as opportunities for community engagement, and civic learning will enrich your learning experience.


  • Psychology Club is a student organization and provides leadership experience, networking opportunities, professional presentations, guest speakers, and exploration of psychology in the real world. In addition, many students take advantage of CSP’s global learning and study abroad opportunities, which provide cross cultural, transnational, and socially responsive learning.