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Psychology Degree Program

Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology
Degree Options:
  • Major (BS)
  • Major (BA)
  • Minor

The Psychology Schools students present research at conferences, listen to special speakers, participate in internships, and work closely with other psychology majors and faculty in a host of contexts. Students gain a holistic viewpoint of psychology by taking coursework in five main areas: general psychology, measurement and methodology, basic processes, the person, and applied processes. The program’s emphasis of combining the empirical study of behavior with a broad liberal arts education prepares students for graduate study, further education in other fields and for careers in many settings. Psychology studies at TLU are taken beyond the classroom and include hosting forums, symposiums and conferences, as well as pursuing outside research made possible through the Knaier and Hiner psychological research and travel awards.

Degree Options

Why Psychology at TLU?

TLU's psychology program is structured to provide students with an understanding of the basic principles and historical foundations of psychology. Students gain the necessary research and quantitative skills to understand and conduct behavioral research, so they can take advantage of various opportunities to practice and extend their knowledge of psychology outside the classroom in research and applied settings.

Major in Psychology for a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science

View the Degree Plan for a B.A. in Psychology

View the Degree Plan for a B.S. in Psychology

Minor in Psychology

Download the Psychology Program Fact Sheet

Majors

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Degree Program

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Minors

Minor in Psychology

Psychology Beyond the Classroom

Meet the Faculty

Scott Bailey

Professor, Integrated Science Director, Honors Director

All Faculty