Penn State Greater Allegheny is proud to offer both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology, the scientific study of thought, behavior and experience. The principles of psychology are relevant to almost all areas of human endeavor, and the career paths of psychology students reflect this wealth of possibilities.
What to Expect
This program provides students with basic knowledge and the opportunity to apply that knowledge through field experiences and undergraduate research.
Students will take classes that focus on:
- Introductory Psychology
- Basic Research Methods in Psychology
- Learning and Cognition
- Social and Personality Psychology
- Biological Bases of Behavior
- Developmental Psychology
- Applied and Clinical Psychology
Graduates in the Psychology program can find an array of career opportunities that include, but not limited to:
- Social service
- Health-related fields