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Academic Director, Professor P. Narayanan; Associate Professor and Program Leader, B. Ladd; Professors A. Blume, M. Morgan, T. Probst, K. Schmaling; Associate Professors J. Fales, R. Magnan; Scholarly Assistant Professors (Career Track) M. Jenkins, A. Spradlin

A Bachelor of Science in Psychology provides a strong scientific background in understanding the human mind and behavior. It is respected by a wide range of potential employers and graduate degree programs. Because an understanding of the mind and behavior is applicable to many settings, the Bachelor of Science in Psychology prepares students for diverse areas that are closely related to our students' personal and career interests. These areas of study include but are not limited to: clinical and health psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, behavioral neuroscience, child development, personality and social psychology, speech perception and the study of addictive behaviors. In addition to offering a wide range of course work, the psychology program encourages student learning through hands-on experience in clinical and applied organizational settings, indepth involvement in faculty research, and instructional practicum experiences. After obtaining a B.S. in Psychology, WSU Vancouver students wishing to further their education have been successful in gaining admission into Ph.D., M.A., M.S.W., M.I.T., and M.P.A. programs.


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