Dr. Helen Hendy
School of Behavioral Sciences and Education
Penn State Schuylkill
200 University Drive
Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972
The Psychology major emphasizes the scientific study of human behavior in areas such as cognition, development, learning, physiology, personality, and social processes. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a broad background in psychological theory and research and to develop the analytical and critical thinking skills necessary to be good consumers of scientific information.
The Psychology program exposes students to a number of areas of psychology but allows flexibility in the specific courses that are taken in each sub-area. Students are also required to obtain applied experience by completing an internship or by assisting faculty with their research. Elective credits can be used for additional internship or research experience.
The Psychology program prepares students for careers in local, state, and federal government and for entry-level psychological services positions in human services, applied behavior, human resources, and related fields. It also provides a strong background for graduate education at both the master's and the doctoral level in counseling, social work, and many areas of psychology.
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