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44 Credit Hours
Students in this program learn from experienced CSP faculty who bring deep expertise in human psychology, combined with unique insight into career path exploration to support students’ individual interests.
The focused curriculum provides the essential learning opportunities and skill-building that opens doors to myriad opportunities to help others in virtually limitless ways – whether within organizations and companies or in settings where graduates will work 1:1 or in group settings to help people improve their lives and resolve issues.
The BA in Psychology from CSP includes 32-44 focused credits in addition to general education requirements and electives for a minimum of 120 credits for graduation.
Starting with foundational in-person coursework in the fundamentals of psychology, students advance to courses exploring cognition, memory, and learning – and on to exploration of counseling, abnormal psychology, personality theories, research methods, and social psychology.
At CSP, students seeking a BA in Psychology also have options to study physiological psychology, group counseling & therapy, forensic psychology, and health psychology – along with specific relational study in family systems, structures, and relationships.
The coursework firmly establishes CSP graduates for rewarding career paths as well as further graduate study in psychology.
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Chair, Department of Psychology and Family Science, Assistant Professor of Psychology