Consistent with the university student outcomes, upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree, graduates will be able to:

  1. Display knowledge of the historical foundations of psychology and how the field of psychology has developed over time.
  2. Compare current theories of human nature, including both normal and abnormal psychological functioning.
  3. Analyze various structures and functions of the human brain and the brain’s influence on psychological functioning and behavior.
  4. Apply various research methodologies to psychological constructs in behavioral science.
  5. Demonstrate critical thinking by synthesizing psychological concepts into professional written communication.
  6. Evaluate ethical issues surrounding psychological constructs through the lens of the Christian worldview.