Degree Description

Offered as a major and a minor

Related Academic Programs
communication, elementary education, secondary education, sociology

Psychology Major

A Bachelor of Science in Psychology is truly a meeting of the minds. Students will learn about themselves and their peers, all while studying human development, social psychology, abnormal psychology, and more. As a major requirement, students will be able to conduct individual research projects, affording them the opportunity to explore whichever pressing questions they have a mind to.

Outside of psychology class

Outside of Class

Join the Psychology and Sociology clubs to further analyze and apply the theories and ideas learned in class. If you are looking for a more immersive experience, any number of student clubs and diversity groups will introduce you to new ways of thinking and new thinkers alike.

Resources for getting a job in psychology

Career Crossing

The Career Center is a terrific resource as you consider life after college. Stop by to learn about resume and internship workshops, career fairs, and opportunities to meet employers.

Mount graduates with psychology degrees

After You Graduate

Pursue a career as a:
  • psychologist
  • psychotherapist
  • social worker
  • counselor
  • psychology professor
  • researcher
Get to work with:
  • private practices
  • social service organizations
  • universities
  • research facilities
  • government agencies