Psychology investigates how the structures of the brain, along with a person’s environment, affect their behavior. Students of psychology learn the tools to become more self-aware and to better understand the behavior of others. Psychology students gain an understanding of how others—even how they themselves—comprehend and interact with the world around them.
Trinity’s psychology program offers several focus areas, including forensic, developmental, and social psychology. All students in the program gain hands-on experience, a key part of their preparation for careers in social services, business, education, medicine, or law.
Students study psychology at Trinity as a major, minor, or as elective courses.