About the Program
Culver-Stockton’s Psychology program teaches students the basic principles and theories of psychology. As a student in the psychology department, you can expect a strong and balanced curriculum that will prepare you for either immediate entry into the job market or graduate school. Students can expect considerable individual attention, a focus on improving your research, speaking and writing skills and a variety of out-of-class opportunities in which to learn and explore the field such as research, internships, travel courses, conferences and Psychology Club.
What Makes the Program Distinctive?
What students love most about the Culver-Stockton Psychology program is that the professors are always available to talk to, assist with course material and help with career planning.
We also have a flexible curriculum in that faculty often give students an opportunity to request a course of interest to them which is not in the traditional curriculum.
Beyond the Classroom
Student Run Clubs: Psychology Club
Honor Societies: Psi Chi
Professional Experiences: Internships and Conferences
Travel Study Courses:
Disney World, Orlando, Flordia: Adaptive Technology and Psychology of Marketing
California: Psychology of Cults
Washington, DC: Missing and Exploited Children
Ghana, Africa: The Eating Experience
Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam: Psychology of Culture
Psychology graduates work in a variety of settings depending on their interests. Many work with clients in a mental health setting such as counseling or social work. Some focus on working with children such as child advocacy, school counseling or applied behavior analysis. Others work in more applied fields such as health, sports and business.
AT A GLANCE
Can you minor in this program?
Emphasis within the major:
Popular second major:
For more information, contact:
Dr. Melissa Holt
Assistant Professor in Psychology