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Welcome to the Psychology Department
Psychology is about people's behavior and about people's experience. Psychologists teach and do research or applied work. Psychology covers a wide range of topics, from the way our social environment influences us to the inner workings of our bodies. This diversity of topics is reflected in the psychology curriculum.
Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology can be completed by attending classes during the day or evening hours.
The M.A. in Clinical Psychology program is designed to meet the professional needs of college graduates who plan to pursue doctoral study in psychology or careers in community mental health or the requirements for the Marriage and Family Therapy license.
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