A student graduating with a psychology degree will have learned to integrate a Christian worldview with the knowledge of how the brain works. The field of psychology seeks to understand and explain how the human psyche interacts with and is affected by the world around it. Coupling a biblical worldview with this knowledge creates a student with a unique set of skills for today’s world. Graduates will be prepared to immediately put their knowledge and skills to work, or to pursue graduate study in psychology or counseling.
PS 111 General Psychology (Kuyper) ED/PS 336 Developmental Psychology (Kuyper) PSY 237 Child Psychology or PSY 238 Adolescent Psychology or PSY 239 Adult Psychology PSY 380 Internship PSY 422 Systems of Psychology PSY 441 Physiological Psychology PSY 453 Integrated Statistics/Research I PSY 454 Integrated Statistics/Research II PSY 400 Senior Seminar PSY--- Upper Level Psychology Elective
One of the following: PSY 322 Theories of Personality PSY 343 Learning and Motivation PS/YM 460 Abnormal Psychology (Kuyper) PSY 421 Theories of Counseling