Psychology Department

We use the American Psychological Association guidelines to provide a foundation in both basic psychological theory and application of psychology to real world issues.
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The Psychology Department's purpose is to engage ourselves and others in discovery, critical thinking and self-development in order to foster growth as enlightened citizens, able to enrich lives in local and global communities.

Our Programs

B.S. Psychology

You can contribute to the improvement of the human condition by helping individuals, schools, businesses, and communities.
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M.S. Applied Psychology

Your knowledge of psychological theories, principles, and research methods will help organizations make data-driven decisions and use evidence-based practices.
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Our Vision

Excellence

  • Productivity
  • Rigor
  • Hard work
  • Creativity

Responsibility

  • Individual and Social
  • Fairness
  • Transparency
  • Integrity

Learning

  • Curiosity
  • Leadership Development
  • Research
  • Self-improvement
  • Creativity

Relationships

  • Diversity
  • Cooperation
  • Teamwork
  • Mentoring
  • Engagement

Self-Development

  • Effective use of time
  • Independence
  • Balance and Health
  • Improving Community
  • Individual

 

     


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