Psychology, the study of behavior and cognitive processes, is a diverse field, and the Shawnee State University’s psychology program reflects that diversity with courses in a range of disciplines including developmental, social, clinical, cognitive, and biological psychology. Psychology is an immensely useful field of study, giving the student new insights into the ways that people feel, think, and behavior, as well as, the tools and methods to study these processes.
This knowledge is essential in a wide variety of occupations, and our psychology graduates have gone onto successful careers in education, social service, health care, mental health services, law, and business. Our graduates have also pursued graduate and professional degrees in social work, counseling, psychology, medicine, law and neuroscience.
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This degree is coordinated by Dr. Darrell Rudmann, Associate Professor of Psychology. For additional information please contact Dr. Rudmann at (740) 351-3350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.