I received my BA in Psychology from GCU and I loved the atmosphere and the message that GCU supports, so I thought it only made sense to continue my education at Georgian Court. I gained so much from being in the program. I was lucky to have such knowledgable professors who have prepared me for my future as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
The B.A. in Psychology program at Georgian Court University introduces techniques for investigating and understanding human behavior.
What makes the study of psychology so special at GCU? You will learn from faculty members who are professionals in the field and deliver real-world experiences through rewarding internships and research. Work independently or on a faculty research project as part of this engaging curriculum. There are two tracks (graduate and general) with five optional focus area options—mental health and human services, human development, business and industry, applied behavior analysis, and addictions counseling—that let you tailor the program to meet your interests and professional aspirations.
Graduates emerge from the program fully equipped for employment in mental health, business, government, education, health care, and social services.