The Behavioral Science Department offers seven choices of Bachelor’s degrees in psychology. All of our degrees include coursework required for admission to most graduate programs in psychology, counseling, and other related fields. The degrees are also tailored to provide students who do not plan to pursue graduate work with valuable skills to help them obtain and succeed in a career in psychology and human services. To see more about careers in psychology, visit apa.org or see the list of available careers under each degree.
Choose any of the degrees below to learn more about the specific degree.
- B.S. in General / Clinical Psychology
- B.S. in Counseling Psychology
- B.S. in Industrial / Organizational Psychology
- B.S. in Forensic Psychology
- B.S. in Sports Psychology
- B.S. in Health and Rehabilitation Psychology
- B.S. in Health and Rehabilitation Psychology (pre-occupational therapy)
Minors in Psychology
Students pursuing other degrees may pursue a minor in General / Clinical Psychology or Counseling Psychology to add to their knowledge and skills in preparation for the career world. Minors require 18 hours of selected courses in the department.