WHY PSYCHOLOGY AT SOUTHERN?
The psychology program provides a solid pre-professional foundation in the study of the human mind and behavior from a Biblical framework.
The broad offering of emphases allows students to pursue health-related professions as well as future careers as therapists and counselors. A solid knowledge of human relationships in organizational settings also benefits graduates who work in business settings.
Study under passionate professors competent in their fields and learn about psychology from a Biblical worldview.
Become effective as a caring person, an informed and passionate learner, a scientific thinker, and a committed pre-professional
Choose a Psychology Practicum with a minimum of 100 hours at an agency providing psychological services.
Develop an independent research proposal, conduct research, analyze results, and present findings under the supervision of dedicated faculty.
Attend annual psychological conferences, such as the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA). Take advantage of scholarly opportunities with potential for membership in the International Honor Society of Psychology (Psi Chi).
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Beyond the Classroom
Academic programs are complemented with practical learning experiences in the community and beyond.
Valencia Stonewall and Daniel Treiyer describe how their psychology degree prepared them to excel in graduate school and gave them the foundation they needed for fulfilling careers.
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