Academics

Program Learning Outcomes

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Psychology

Bachelor of Arts

1) Knowledge of Psychology: Exhibit appropriate knowledge of major concepts, language, theories, facts, and perspectives of the discipline. – e.g., biological, cognitive, developmental, evolutionary, social and cultural.

2) Research and Statistical Literacy: Display appropriate knowledge of research and statistical methods and ethical guidelines for psychological research.

3) Communication (written and oral): Demonstrate effective communication to others using the language and stylistic conventions of the discipline.

4) Personal Application of Psychology: Demonstrate the impact of majoring in psychology, particularly in relation to personal development and academic and career preparation.

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Learning outcomes for all graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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