Major Description:

The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology at Alderson Broaddus University focuses on up-to-date theories, practices, and world events to provide in-depth coverage of psychology’s fundamental and traditional capacities. Psychology is a dynamic field of study that includes many specializations. Alderson Broaddus provides a gateway to various postgraduate education opportunities in psychology and many other related areas such as social work, law, education, government and public policy, business, and health-related professions. The program’s basic liberal-arts orientation provides an excellent foundation for immediate post-baccalaureate careers in many areas where understanding human behavior and its diversity of expression would be an asset.

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Kari Sisk

Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, Associate Professor of Psychology
Kari Sisk

Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, Associate Professor of Psychology

(304) 457-6240