The mission of the Psychology Department is to prepare students to work with people in need by training them in the basic principles and practices of psychology while integrating a biblical worldview. Our program employs the liberal arts in providing an understanding of social scientific perspectives on human behavior in a practitioner/scholar model.
What can you do with a psychology degree?
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Points of distinction
The major in psychology focuses on five central themes:
Foundational Psychological History and Theory
Personal and Human Development
Human Diversity Issues
A Biblical Approach Through A Senior Practicum Experience
A minor in psychology will assist students to view their course of study within a social framework and will allow for a better understanding of how to work with people. The minor also provides opportunities to study a broad spectrum of psychologically related issues concerning human nature and behavior with integration from a biblical worldview.
Our psychology program is partially available online. It will be offered in a fully online format in spring 2016. Learn more about MU Online.
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Costs and financial aid
Tuition for 2016-17 is $23,120/per year.
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