Schreiner University offers courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology. A major in Psychology can help prepare students for careers in a variety of fields including social services (e.g. mental health counselor, child care worker) and business (e.g. personnel, sales, marketing, and advertising). In addition, this program prepares students for graduate study in an equally broad number of fields including psychology (with specialties in clinical, counseling, industrial, social, cognitive), education (with specialties in counseling or administration), law, medicine, and business, as well as other professions in which a knowledge of the principles of behavior is essential.

The major in Psychology consists of 27 advanced Psychology hours, including:

  • at least 3 semester hours from:
    • PSYC 3303, 3304
  • at least 3 semester hours from:
    • PSYC 3310, 4330, 4340
  • at least 3 semester hours from:
    • PSYC 3305, 3306, 3330, 4307 and PSYC 3360, PSYC 3361,
      • and either PSYC 4397 or 4399.


Tiffany Culver
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Academic Affairs

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