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日本一本道a不卡免费Albertus Magnus College offers a variety of Psychology degree options designed to fit your needs and lifestyle.

Undergraduate Degrees in Psychology

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.

日本一本道a不卡免费With a General Psychology degree you will be able to understand the principles of psychology and apply them to your future professional career. A degree in Art Therapy is an interdisciplinary program approach that blends the disciplines of art, psychology, and counseling. Learning about psychology in Child Development provides preparation for a career path in counseling or early childhood education. A degree in Counseling and Mental Health is ideal for structured preparation for work in the prevention and remediation of emotional, behavioral, and educational problems.

The Albertus Difference

What Makes Psychology at Albertus Different?

Engaged
Students

  • Hands-on, experiential learning
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives
  • Emphasis on collaborative work

Great
Teaching

  • Personally invested professors
  • Small class sizes
  • Innovative, well-rounded programs
  • Resources and opportunities for research

Vibrant
Communities

  • Lively extracurricular activities
  • Campus-wide events
  • Service and community engagement

Successful
Outcomes

  • Active career counseling
  • Opportunity-building networks
  • Access to internships and professional experiences
Concentrations

Psychology Concentrations at Albertus

The Psychology department offers four concentrations of study leading to the baccalaureate degree:

General Psychology Art Therapy Child Development Counseling and Mental Health Minor in Psychology
Success

Psychology Objectives

日本一本道a不卡免费Students who successfully complete a major program in psychology will be able to:

  1. Identify and articulate major concepts, theories, and research findings in psychology
  2. Identify, read, and critically evaluate professional literature in psychology-related fields;
  3. Design, conduct, analyze, interpret, and communicate the findings of empirical studies;
  4. For those students who wish to pursue employment in helping professions (e.g., counseling or education): demonstrate basic knowledge and skills relevant to their projected careers.
Student Success

Psychology Student Perspective

“I came to Albertus because I had a great opportunity to play softball.

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日本一本道a不卡免费Maxine majored in Psychology and played both softball and basketball. She plans to graduate with an M.S. in Mental Health Counseling in 2021.

 Student Perspective at Albertus Magnus College
A Profound ImpactMaxine is now pursuing a graduate degree at Long Island University for mental health counseling.

日本一本道a不卡免费We have a very intimate setting here at Albertus, with only five hundred day students you do get the advantage of really connecting with your professors and your peers.

Alexia Levin, '14

Faculty Spotlight

Meet Dr. Stephen Joy

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.

Meet Dr. Stephen Joy at Albertus Magnus College
Curiosity and Learning“There is a spirit of inquiry and a desire to think about these questions, observe, conduct controlled studies, and learn more about people.”
Why Albertus?

Why The B.A. In Psychology At Albertus Magnus College?

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.

Fast Track

Psychology Five-Year Program

Earn a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science Human Services in Five Years

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.

Careers

Where Will Your Psychology Degree take You?

Possible career paths with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology include:



Psychometrist/Clinician
Substance Abuse Counselor
Psychiatric Technician
Human Resource Personnel
Marriage and Family Therapist
Masters in Clinical Psychology
Experimental Psychologist
Forensic Psychologist
Child Psychologist
Special Education
Speech Pathology
Academic Counselor
Courses

Psychology Courses

Required Courses - 15 Credits
PY 111 Introduction to Psychology
PY 218 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PY 325 Experimental Methods and Research Design
PY 311 History and Systems of Psychology
PY 340 Psychological Assessment
Two of the Following Courses - 6 Credits
PY 211 Abnormal Psychology
PY 321 Personality
PY 323 Social Psychology
PY 330 Child Psychology
Two of the Following Courses - 6 Credits
PY 211 Abnormal Psychology
PY 321 Personality
PY 323 Social Psychology
PY 330 Child Psychology
One of the Following Courses - 3 Credits
PY 280 Practicum*
PY 391 Senior Seminar
PY 237 Cognitive Psychology
Two of the Following Courses - 6 Credits
PY 222 Learning
PY 234 Brain and Behavior
PY 236 Motivation

The student and the advisor should agree upon these three additional courses. They may be drawn from the above lists or from other departmental offerings.

日本一本道a不卡免费Credits for this concentration include 33 cred in Psychology and 12 credits in Studio Art.

Required Courses - 30 Credits
PY 111 Introduction to Psychology
PY 211 Abnormal Psychology
PY 218 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PY 280 Practicum*
PY 312 Psychotherapy
PY 321 Personality
PY 325 Experimental Methods and Research Design
PY 340 Psychological Assessment
PY 371 Introduction to Art Therapy (offered in evening only)
PY 372 Theory and Practice of Art Therapy (offered in evening only)
One of the Following Courses - 3 Credits
PY 330 Child Development
PY 341 Adolescent Psychology
PY 350 Adulthood and Aging
Recommended Correlatives - 12 Credits
AR 111 Drawing
AR 231 Ceramics
AR 311 painting

*Note: AR 213 (Color) is a pre-requisite for AR 311 (Painting)

Studio art electives (minimum of 3 credits)

Note: Admission to graduate art therapy programs requires a minimum of 18 credits in studio art. Students are strongly encouraged to take at least two additional studio art courses beyond those required for the major.

This program provides structured preparation for work with typically developing or exceptional children. Students generally pursue employment or graduate studies in education or in clinical fields that emphasize work with children.

Required Courses - 30 Credits
PY 111 Introduction to Psychology
PY 210 Behavior Modification
PY 218 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PY 229 Psychology of the Exceptional Child
PY 242 Educational Psychology
PY 280 Practicum*
PY 325 Experimental Methods and Research Design
PY 330 Child Development
PY 340 Psychological Assessment
PY 380 Internship (9 credits)*
Two of the Following Courses - 6 Credits
PY 131–136 Topics in Child Development (1.5 credits each)
PY 248 Cultural Psychology
PY 331 Child Life: Concepts and Methods
ED 212 History and Philosophy of Education
Recommended Correlatives
ED/PY 341 Adolescent Psychology
SO 122 The Family
S0 232 Juvenile Delinquency
SO 242 Minorities and Multicultural Diversity

This concentration provides structured preparation for work in the prevention and remediation of emotional, behavioral, and educational problems. Students generally pursue employment or graduate studies in counseling or related fields.

Required Courses - 36 Credits
PY 111 Introduction to Psychology
PY 210 Behavior Modification
PY 211 Abnormal Psychology
PY 213 Counseling Techniques
PY 218 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PY 222 Learning
PY 280 Practicum*
PY 312 Psychotherapy
PY 325 Experimental Methods and Research Design
PY 330 Child Development
PY 340 Psychological Assessment
PY 341 Adolescent Psychology
PY 350 Adulthood and Aging
One of the Following Courses - 3 Credits
PY 229 Psychology of the Exceptional Child
PY 250 Community Psychology
Recommended Correlatives - 12 Credits
BI 116 Psychology of the Exceptional Child
PY/SO 235 Drug and Alcohol Abuse (offered in evening only)
PY 248 Cultural Psychology
SO 212 Social Work: History and Practice
SO 242 Minorities and Multicultural Diversity

The psychology minor provides an overview of the field and includes the following courses:

Required Courses - 36 Credits
PY 111 Introduction to Psychology
One of the Following Courses Courses - 3 Credits
PY 222 Learning
PY 234 Brain and Behavior
PY 237 Cognitive Psychology
Recommended Correlatives - 12 Credits
PY 321 Personality
PY 323 Social Psychology
PY 330 Child Development
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