Psychology

Psychology

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology offers a diverse curriculum that provides a broad-based education in many facets of behavior, mental processes, communication, research, and writing. Courses include forensics, sports and positive psychology, as well as the traditional courses needed to prepare students for graduate studies. Student learning objectives include the application of scientific method, neuroscience relations to behavior, and the ethical treatment of human and animal research subjects.

Students may select from four tracks within the major:

  • Human Services Concentration
  • Developmental Psychology Concentration
  • Health Care and Fitness Concentration
  • Business Concentration

Career Opportunities

The principles of psychology are used in nearly every field, from human resources and rehabilitative therapies to educational testing and business practices. Graduates of Keiser University's Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program can pursue graduate study or entry-level career opportunities in public and private sectors such as:

  • Mental health professions
  • Social services and counseling
  • Law
  • Education
  • Government
  • Criminal justice system
  • Human resources
  • Public relations
  • Business management

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree program at Keiser University is offered online and on-campus. Contact Keiser University today to explore your options as a student of Psychology.