Develop a deep understanding of human behavior.
The study of psychology will help you understand the ways in which humans think and arrive at decisions. Understanding and unlocking these patterns can be the key to a more successful, productive and fulfilling life. You will also learn key scientific research techniques and apply quantitative and qualitative means to solve problems or explain observations.
Our psychology degree programs provide you with several career options. Psychologists work in a wide variety of different contexts, including clinical, legal, organizational, educational and research settings in both the private and public sector. Whether you are interested in pursuing a career in psychology, counseling, human resource management, or want a useful and fascinating academic springboard into any profession, an understanding of human interaction is helpful in many career fields.
Lewis psychology students have won awards for their outstanding academic achievements and have presented their original research at various professional conferences, enhancing the reputation of our program.
Why choose the Lewis Psychology Department?
- Our faculty are highly experienced professionals who will share their expertise with you.
- Our programs emphasize the application of psychological principles to real world situations.
- You can customize your program according to your chosen career path.
- You will expand your classroom learning with direct experience through field placements, internships, or practicums.
- You can participate in active chapters of Psi Chi (the International Honor Society in Psychology), SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) and Psychology Club.
- Psychology, B.A.
Prepares you for graduate school or for immediate entry into the job market.
- Psychology, B.A. (Accelerated)
For transfer and adult students.
- Psychology, B.A. for the High School Teaching Certificate
Prepares you to teach Psychology at the high school level.
- Human Resource Management, B.A.
Prepares you to recruit, develop and retain talent to improve business performance and employee satisfaction.
- Human Resource Management, B.A. (Accelerated)
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A.
Prepares you to apply theory and research to counsel individuals through serious issues.
- School Counseling, M.A.
Prepares you to effectively serve as a K-12 school counselor.