1. Arts Humanities and Social Sciences
  2. Psychology

Psychology| Major

The psychology major is designed to increase personal understanding of animal and human behavior and mental processes.

Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts

To provide basic preparation for entrance into graduate school or pursuit of a professional career in the field of psychology. Careers in the field of psychology typically require further training; many of our students pursue graduate studies in this field. Psychology students have worked with the Juvenile Court, shelters, psychiatric clinics, and rehabilitation agencies.

Forensic Psychology Concentration

Forensic Psychology is the application of the science and profession of psychology to questions and issues relating to law and the legal system. Classes include Criminal Law and Procedure, Landmark Cases in Mental Health and the Law, Constitutional Law, and Psychology and the Law.

Psychobiology Concentration

Discover the biological and physiological processes of living organisms from a biological perspective as a supplement to understanding behavior and mental process from a psychological perspective. Coursework includes Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and either Evolutionary Biology or Animal Behavior.

For more information about Psychology…

Jennifer Swartz-Levine, Ph.D

Dean of the School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center

1 (440) 375-7456


Arts Humanities and Social Sciences

College Campus | Royce Hall

Psychology Faculty