Program DetailsBachelor's Programs
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The B.S. in Psychology is a program of study within the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and students can pursue an optional emphasis in Sport Psychology. The vision of the program is to equip graduates for continuing studies in various fields, and as practitioners and researchers dedicated to seeking, articulating, and disseminating truth. Courses include Theories of Personality, Abnormal Psychology, Advanced Research Methods, and Introduction to Neuroscience. All students in the program conduct original research, mentored by experienced researchers in the field. Students graduate from the program prepared as research consumers and practitioners with a distinctively biblical worldview. The Psychology program has adopted the 5 major learning objectives recommended by the American Psychological Association (August, 2013). The 6th objective supports the mission of Arizona Christian University to train students with a Christian worldview.