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Psychology BS

Bachelor of Science

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A Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Concordia University, St. Paul, puts students at the forefront of exploration of human behavior and cognition via a rigorous science framework.

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Course Length

79 Credit Hours

Location

On Campus

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A Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Concordia University, St. Paul, puts students at the forefront of exploration of human behavior and cognition via a rigorous science framework.

This BS degree delves into critical aspects of human development, interaction, and physiology alongside genetics and biology. 

Students gain powerful and rigorous academic learning, positioning them well for a wide range of careers ranging from fields of business including Mental Health Counselor and Social and Community Service Manager as well as opportunities to advance their studies further in graduate school or medical school.

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The BS in Psychology from CSP follows a highly structured and focused curriculum on critical aspects of human development and behavior. 

Foundational studies in general psychology and further on child development and adolescent psychology provide a pathway of deeper study of cognition, learning, and memory, along with explorations of personality theories and abnormal psychology. 

Coursework also delves into sciences, including genetics, biology, and physiology and how they apply to psychological studies. In addition, students study practical applications of their field of study, including counseling and research. Coursework opportunities also allow students to explore group counseling as well as forensic and health psychology. 

The coursework provides pathways to in-demand careers or further postgraduate study in psychology or medicine.

Dr. Julie Luker

Assistant Professor of Psychology