Psychology and Counseling
Our department strives to be a student-focused environment with faculty who are known for excellence in teaching and advising. We provide our students with a variety of opportunities to excel not only inside but also outside the classroom. Students are regularly engaged in internship experiences, work alongside faculty members to conduct psychological research, attend and present research at local conferences, and participate in activities of the Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology or the Chi Sigma Iota National Honor Society in Counseling.
Our department has an undergraduate program that offers a B.S. and B.A. in Psychology (in both traditional daytime and adult studies formats) as well as a graduate program offering a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling,
M.S. in Psychology, Master of Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Certificate in Pastoral Counseling.
For further information, to arrange a campus visit, attend a psychology course, or meet with any of us personally, feel free to contact us. Thanks for visiting our website!