Waco at McLennan Community College - University Center
BS - Psychology
Tarleton State University offers a 120 hour Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Psychology is a broad discipline that includes the study of how biology and the environment interact to influence human and animal behavior. The field includes undisciplined in developmental, social, cognitive, clinical, counseling, human factors engineering, evolutionary, forensic, health, educational, industrial/organizational, and quantitative psychology. Students completing the Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology develop a rich knowledge base related to human and animal behavior and skills in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data. Graduates possess strong writing skills and the ability to think analytically.
The Psychology program at Tarleton State University is one of the fastest growing undergraduate programs at the University. Tarleton State first began offering the Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in 1994. At its current rate of growth the Psychology program could soon become one of the largest undergraduate programs at the University.
University Center at McLennan Community College
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