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Psychology (B.A.)

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Overview

  • Psychology Student Do you want to become an individual or family therapist?
  • Do you want to help your community through other support services?

If you want to assist people in need, Trinity’s psychology major is for you. Our students have a sincere interest in helping others and pursue further studies and careers in areas such as counseling, human resource management and community services.  In addition to our research-based and practical coursework, you will gain on-the-job experience through an internship or practicum. Furthermore, if you wish to complete a Master’s degree in addition to the Bachelor’s degree, we also offer dual degree pathways for our undergraduate psychology majors in clinical mental health counseling and school counseling in the School of Education.

Our psychology program prepares students for careers and/or graduate study in mental health and human services fields by providing a solid foundation in research, theory and practical skills.

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Featured Courses

PSYC 211 Social Psychology PSYC 221 Psychopathology PSYC 231 Child Psychology PSYC 301 Experimental Psychology: Research Methods PSYC 311 Experimental Social Psychology PSYC 331 Experimental Developmental Psychology


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Career Paths

  • Psychologist
  • Social Worker
  • Career Counselor
  • Case Manager
  • Human Resources Director
  • Child Care Provider
  • Organizational Trainer
  • Minister / Clergy Member
  • Art Therapist
  • Personnel Specialist
  • Lawyer
  • Public Policy Researcher
  • Teacher / Professor

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