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Fairmont State University B.S. in Psychology
Fairmont State University

B.S. in Psychology

Fairmont, USA

4 Years

English

Full time, Part time

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May 2024

USD 342 / per credit *

On-Campus

* resident students | metropolitan students: $518 per credit hour|non-resident students: $755 per credit hour

Introduction

Fairmont State psychology classes consist of philosophical, biological, and social frameworks of human behaviors and their clinical and organizational applications.

Psychology majors graduate with an in-depth understanding of mental functions and behaviors. Courses are laced with applied and theoretical information.

Psychology majors who have a strong interest in community service can take advantage of specialty courses just for them. Examples include:

  • The Psychopathy of Child & Adolescence
  • Interpersonal Dynamics
  • Delinquency

Students who are interested in a separate major can also study Psychology. A number of elective courses from biopsychology to the Psychology of aging are offered for students to also earn a psychology minor.

The Psychology curriculum is ideal for students anticipating graduate work in areas of:

  • Psychology
  • Social work
  • Counseling

Mission Statement

The mission of the Psychology Program at Fairmont State University is to support students in developing a strong foundation of applied and theoretical knowledge in anticipation of either future graduate training or immediate employment. This will be done by providing students with training in a broad range of psychological content, a firm foundation in statistical analysis and the scientific method, and a critical understanding of both historical and contemporary psychological theories and clinical practices.

Program Goal 1

The Psychology Program at Fairmont State University strives to meet the needs of the local community and broader society by preparing all majors for immediate entry into human service positions and graduate programs that develop specializations across the many fields of psychology. (Graduation rates and alumni surveys)

Program Goal 2

The program supports the Scientist-Practitioner model by providing experiences for all majors in the broad spectrum of scientist and practitioner roles in academics, business, criminal justice, education, and many human service fields. (Professional student conference presentation, internships/practicums, and community service involvement)

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