Psychology is the science that deals with the study of behavior. The Bachelor’s in Psychology Program at FSU has been developed to provide a strong foundation of applied and theoretical knowledge for those students anticipating either future graduate training or immediate employment. All Bachelor’s in Psychology majors are required to complete a minimum of 55 hours, which allows the student to develop a broad knowledge base within the discipline. The psychology curricula are ideal for students anticipating graduate work in various areas of psychology, social work and counseling. Students who are preparing for the areas of medicine and law also utilize the psychology major.
Bachelor’s in Psychology majors will graduate with an in depth understanding of mental functions and behaviors as well as being aware of basic research methods in psychology, including research design, data analysis, and interpretation
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