Mid-America Christian University

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

The B.S. in Psychology program provides students with an in-depth perspective of human behavior, psychological principles, and an introduction to common psychological issues, synthesizing knowledge from the areas of family life studies, psychology, and sociology with biblical studies and general education coursework to provide a solid foundation for understanding human relations in our complex society. Designed to equip students to positively impact their communities through human service careers within the education, social, govern­ment, or medical sectors, this program also lays the groundwork for advanced study in the fields of counseling, clinical psychology, experimental psychology, or industrial/organizational psychology and the pursuit of counseling licensure.

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