A major in psychology at Webster Geneva gives you the opportunity to study questions about human behavior and mental life ranging from how you see the world to why you fall in love. You will study the great controversies: nature versus nurture, free will, consciousness, the brain/mind dichotomy, human difference and social and cross-cultural perspectives. You will explore different branches within psychology including biological, clinical, cognitive, developmental, social and cultural.
There is no domain of activity that doesn’t benefit from knowledge of psychology. As the science of mental processes and behavior, this field of study offers students a deeper understanding of human development, normal and abnormal functioning, cognitive, affective and motivational processes as well as their intertwined biological and cultural basis.
This program will allow you to pursue a career as a psychologist in a variety of fields, from education and the workplace to specializing in mental health. Certificates and Minors in Psychology are perfect for all those who would like to complement other courses of study with a solid enough basis in psychology to understand and shape change processes in a wide range of conceptual and applied settings.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma and minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) a 2.5.
Rolling Admission, largest group of first-year university join in late August - but they also admit freshmen for courses that begin in October and January. If you are coming from outside of Europe and will require a student visa, you should plan to earn admission at least 3 months prior to your preferred start date.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning