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University of Tampa CSSME and CNHS Bachelor in Psychology
University of Tampa CSSME and CNHS

Bachelor in Psychology

Tampa, USA

4 Years

English

Full time

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USD 45,878 / per year **

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* early action; applications completed before March 1 - regular decision; applications completed after March 1 are evaluated on a rolling basis

** average cost for full-time undergraduate students for 2022-2023 academic year (fall and spring)

Introduction

The Department of Psychology provides a strong liberal arts background in contemporary psychological theory and research rooted in the scientific method. Students are offered a high-quality educational experience in psychology as a behavioral, cognitive, social science, and applied discipline.

All psychology majors complete a set of foundation courses that teach the history and breadth of the field. Students then complete courses from at least five of the six emphasis areas: cognitive, social, clinical, organizational, biopsychology, and developmental.

The B.A. in psychology is designed for those seeking jobs right out of college or additional training in graduate programs in counseling psychology, social work, school guidance counseling, industrial psychology, organizational behavior, social psychology, developmental psychology, and more. The degree also provides a foundation for entry into professional schools such as law school or graduate business programs.

Requiring more science and math than the B.A., the B.S. in psychology focuses on preparation for biology-oriented psychology graduate programs in fields such as neuroscience, psychopharmacology, and cognitive science, or medical school, including M.D./D.O. and psychiatry.

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