Psychology, Criminal Justice, & Law Enforcement

The Department of Psychology understands that an accurate picture of man must include the study of Scriptures; therefore, the study of psychology is made complete by integrating it with biblical principles. As we better understand people, we are more effective in our ability to minister to them.

About the Department

The Department of Psychology studies God’s greatest work—humankind. The discipline of psychology seeks to understand the nature of human development, motivation, thinking, learning, and emotion. The study of psychology has practical value for Christian service because it enables students to see themselves as persons of worth and significance.

Psychology Student Opportunities

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Majors and Programs

The Department of Psychology offers degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology. The department also partners with the School of Education to offer a degree in Social Studies Education. These degrees and programs will prepare you for further graduate study and careers working in law enforcement, human services, and education.


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