Bachelor of Psychology
The Psychology Department at Kent State University at Trumbull offers a four-year program leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree.
Undergraduates are trained well for a range of fields, including social services, health care, education, sales, personnel management, and graduate work in psychology, law, medicine, and education.
All students pursuing a bachelor's degree at Kent State University at Trumbull complete a series of liberal education requirements. Psychology majors take courses in the areas of English composition, mathematics or logic, foreign language, humanities, fine arts, social sciences and basic sciences.
The following are the core psychology courses:
- General Psychology
- Quantitative Methods in Psychology
- Research Methods in Psychology
- Writing in Psychology
- Child Psychology or Psychology of Adjustment
- Experimental Psychology: Perception or Cognitive
- Experimental Psychology: Basic Learning or BioPsychology
- Social Psychology or Personality
Plus 8 credit hours of upper-division psychology electives. Psychology majors will complement these required courses with a variety of other offerings from the department or other academic fields. Students must complete a minimum of 121 semester hours to earn the B.A. degree.