Students who study psychology look to answer that age-old question: why do people do the things they do? Post University's Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree program prepares students for careers in the stimulating and satisfying study of human behavior within social services or related fields. It also can be a springboard to further education, either through a graduate program or specialized professional training.
Post University's psychology students not only take courses related to their major, they take courses in liberal arts, organizational leadership, and personal development – all of which provide the breadth and depth of knowledge needed to become a leader in this field.
Since psychology is an empirical discipline in which training and experience in research are essential to a student's education, Post University psychology majors are required to take courses in statistics and research methodology, and to participate in research.