Psychology Student Learning Outcomes
Students who graduate with a major in psychology will be able to:
- Describe basic psychological theories, including developmental, personality, learning, motivation, cognitive, biological/physiological, social, and psychopathological;
- Apply the processes of scientific inquiry and descriptive statistics to questions concerning human behavior;
- Outline human development in terms of physiological, social, and environmental influences throughout the lifespan; and
- Explain the theories and factors which contribute the psychological dysfunction of individuals and families.
*Also, all psychology students are required to take an internship. Students should be able to perform well in these internships as evaluated by their internship supervisors.