Biology-Psychology, B.A.
Undergraduate Studies

How do the mind, body, and brain work together? Graduates earning a Bachelor of Arts in biology/psychology can pursue careers that answer this essential question and others. The B.A. in biology/psychology is intended for students pursuing careers in psychology that require a significant foundation in the biological sciences, such as psychobiology or pharmaceutical and medical research. This major is also appropriate for those interest in applying to medical school.

Opportunities

Students can participate in research projects with psychology faculty, exploring topics such as psychotherapy, developmental disabilities, stress reduction, the integration of psychology and spirituality, and child development. The program also provides excellent training for students intending to continue their studies in graduate and professional schools in preparation for careers as professors, principal investigators, physicians, and more.

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