The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology at the University of Mount Union will help prepare students for a fulfilling career in psychology, one of the top ten in-demand careers. The program prepares students to further their studies at graduate school to become a professional psychologist, counselor, or to pursue other careers in the field of psychology including teaching, research, and other human services jobs.
While fulfilling the degree requirements for Mount Union’s psychology program, students will gain invaluable experience through basic psychological science courses, research experience courses, and be presented with the opportunity to choose between numerous applied and clinical courses. Students can pair this social science major with any number of complementary disciplines for an education that uniquely meets their future goals.
Psychology Major Quick Facts
Mount Union’s psychology curriculum consists of 44 disciplinary credit hours out of a total of 120 hours, which also includes the University’s requirements for its general education program, the Integrative Core. Psychology majors at the University will take a variety of courses in the field and the program offers several other unique features, including:
- Assisting Mount Union faculty with both human and animal-based laboratory research
- Hands-on learning opportunities through internships including one with the Cleveland Clinic, student organizations, and service learning.
- Access to dedicated departmental facilities wired for audio and video recording for students and faculty to simulate real counseling offices and a full suite of cognitive and behavioral science laboratories
- Offers a unique, educational opportunity to get an in-depth, first-hand experience in autism advocacy with the Spectrum Education Center
Mount Union's psychology program was ranked #3 in Ohio, #7 in the Great Lakes region, and #45 in the nation as a best value in College Factual's 2018 rankings.