What Better Subject to Study than the Workings of the Mind and Behavior
Open yourself up to fascinating explorations in the field of Psychology. Psychology has fluent applications in any field of endeavor including business, education, and engineering, as well as, the arts or sciences. A professional career in Psychology can be particularly meaningful and gratifying.
Molloy College Psychology Majors Are:
- Conducting research
- Attending seminars and conferences
- Participating in practicums and community service
Our students have made award-winning presentations at research conferences, and many have chosen to go on to graduate study in psychology or counseling. Our professional faculty, provide the personal guidance and support students need to excel in this field, enhancing the value and intensity of your academic experience.
Opportunities to Double Major
The BS in Psychology allows students to explore potential double majors with many other departments. The combination of study in Psychology and Criminal Justice is a popular choice, preparing students for many careers at the intersection of those fields.
Preparing Students for Their Next Step into the World of Work or Graduate School
With your undergraduate degree from Molloy, you'll be prepared for a variety of in-demand careers. You will also be ready to pursue a graduate education and training required for a number of professional options in the field of psychology, including Clinical Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, School Psychology, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, or Forensic Psychology.
B.S. Psychology - M.A. Psychology Pathway
Be career ready in five years with our B.S. Psychology - M.A. Psychology Pathway (PDF).
For more information, please contact the Dean's Office in the School of Arts and Sciences at email@example.com or 516.323.3433.
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