日本一本道a不卡免费The Albertus undergraduate psychology program allows the traditional day-student to develop insight into the world and find their place in it. Our Psychology program features small class sizes and personalized attention from highly qualified faculty.
The Psychology department offers four concentrations of study: General Psychology, Art Therapy, Child Development, and Counseling and Mental Health.
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“I came to Albertus because I had a great opportunity to play softball.
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Dr. Stephen Joy is a professor of Psychology and is the department chair for the Psychology department.日本一本道a不卡免费
"The Psychology department is about curiosity, it is about learning what makes people do the things we do.”
Courses taught by Dr. Stephen Joy are Abnormal Psychology, Psychology Of The Exceptional Child, and Personality. His recent publications have been in the areas of personality psychology and innovation motivation.
A Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is offered in our Undergraduate Day Program.
The Undergraduate Day Program is the heart of the College, a semester-based undergraduate experience at main campus in New Haven, Connecticut. Assisting students to develop insight into the world and their place in it, featuring small class sizes, and personalized attention from highly qualified faculty.
The Department of Psychology offers its undergraduates the opportunity to pursue its
Master of Science in Human Services by completing an additional year after graduation.
Students must meet with their academic advisor prior to the start of their junior year.
Possible career paths with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology include: