Psychology Degrees

Psychology Degrees

Do you wonder why people do what they do and say what they say? Interested in the science and reasoning behind the behavior of humans and animals alike? Then a psychology degree from Indiana University Kokomo may be the degree for you!

A foundation in psychology, or the study of behavior and mental processes, will give you with the chance to understand the one factor that cuts across all other human endeavors: people. Learning about psychology means far more than being interested in the latest findings and bits of wisdom, it means learning about the fundamental science behind our knowledge. A psychology degree provides you the opportunity to develop and achieve your personal and career aspirations, including opportunities for engaging in research with faculty, independent research, and/or internship experiences within the community. We offer different degree options depending on your goals and future plans.

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology provides and interdisciplinary foundation for students wishing to broaden their options for careers after graduation, while still supporting graduate and professional school options if the student desires.

This degree is for students interested in a traditional liberal arts approach to psychology, with flexible paths to graduate school or the workplace. Students seeking counseling, social work, and other human service careers will benefit strongly from this program's emphasis on cultural literacy and language, a major key to success in today's diverse world.

To find out what the next four years might look like for this degree, fill out your information and follow the prompted steps to arrive at a sample degree map. For more information specific to you and your situation, please schedule a visit with an advisor today.

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology - General Science track provides the most flexibility for students who are transferring from other majors or institutions, or who desire graduate or professional school in professions such as Occupational Therapy.

This degree is for students interested in professional programs such as medical school, physical therapy (PT), or occupational therapy (OT). It also prepares students for workplaces where a strong laboratory science background is helpful. Courses in biology, chemistry, or other laboratory sciences enhance student understanding of human and animal behavior.

To find out what the next four years might look like for this degree, fill out your information and follow the prompted steps to arrive at a sample degree map. For more information specific to you and your situation, please schedule a visit with an advisor today.

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology - Psychological Science track provides a more in-depth focus in psychology coursework and research for students who plan to attend graduate school in psychology.

This degree is for students interested in graduate school in psychology, particularly at the doctoral level, or workplaces where a strong social science research background is helpful. All students in this track are required to complete an original, year-long, independent research project, under the advisement of a faculty member.

To find out what the next four years might look like for this degree, fill out your information and follow the prompted steps to arrive at a sample degree map. For more information specific to you and your situation, please schedule a visit with an advisor today.

Assessment information for this degree is available from our Assessment landing page.

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