Reinhardt University offers a
Bachelor of Science in Psychology through the School of Mathematics and Sciences. You will enjoy studying psychology because our faculty likes what they do and they look forward to sharing in your academic development! The faculty will work hard to help you gain the critical skills which give you an advantage in the job market. You will complete a research component and also study ethics. Employers are thrilled to hire a Reinhardt graduate who already has some research experience; it serves them well!
Are You Ready To...
• Help others at a shelter, prison,
special education classroom or
another site for a hands-on
• Conduct and present research
• Study ethics
It Helps To Be...
• Good at science, math, critical
reading, and writing
• Genuinely interested in helping
• Emotionally mature and stable
• Excellent with communication
• Willing to keep learning new
Research psychologists spend
most of their time in offices and
labs. Others may work in a variety of settings or travel between schools. Work hours vary depending on circumstances and the needs of their customers. They may work regular office hours or do some evening and weekend work as well.
With a strong background in
research and the scientific
method, a Psychology major
pursues a field of study that
seeks to educate, communicate,
and resolve many of the problems surrounding human behavior.
Careers In Psychology
American Counseling Association
National Board for Certified
American Psychiatric Association
What Can I Do with A Degree in Psychology?
|Psychology combines humanities and science. Psychologists try
to discover why certain people react to certain aspects of society and the world at large in a certain way, and from those reactions, they try to deduce something about the biology of our brains and the way the environment influences us. If you major in Psychology, you'll look for the essence of why people are the way they are, from their personality type to their sexual orientation. Within this broad framework, Psychology majors focus on such features of the human mind as learning, cognition, intelligence, motivation, emotion, perception, personality, mental disorders, and the ways in which our individual preferences are inherited from our parents or shaped by our environment.
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• Visit the Career & Professional Development Services department in the Hasty Student Life Building and explore your career and intern potentials through CCN and FOCUS
• Obtain related experience in any type of “helping” role, as many entry-level positions in the helping professions require one year of related experience, which can typically be fulfilled through volunteer work, internship, or part-time work
• Gain proficiency in a second language; Spanish is particularly useful
• Consider a graduate degree in psychology, counseling, or social work for highlevel client contact or advancement into administrative work
Dr. William J. DeAngelis
Dean of Math & Sciences
Psychology Program Coordinator
Dr. S. Beth Russell
Associate Professor of Psychology
For more information
Peggy Collins Feehery
Director of Career and Professional Development Services
Hasty Student Life Center, Room 301
Office: (770) 720-5548
Fax: (770) 720-9105
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