The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology is the second most popular major in the nation (Princeton Review, 2005).
Psychology, the study of the biological, emotional and social bases for behavior, provides a valuable source of data and a useful perspective drawn upon by fields such as education, the legal system, social services, health, and business.
You will enjoy studying psychology because our faculty likes what we do and we look forward to sharing in your academic development! We 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 our majors well!
- For more information, please contact:
Dr. William J. DeAngelis
Dean of the School of Mathematics and Sciences
and Psychology Program Coordinator