The Department of Psychology's undergraduate program offers comprehensive exposure to the prominent theories and concepts of modern psychology. The program offers comprehensive exposure to the prominent theories and concepts of modern psychology. It is designed to cultivate critical thinking, analysis, and application of psychological theories and paradigms through effective teaching and research. It is tailored for serious students who want an in-depth concentration in prominent scientifically based theories and procedures in psychology. Students graduating with the Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology will be able to assume positions in the human services field and or pursue graduate training in psychology and other behavioral sciences. The undergraduate program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Students must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours, 45 of which are courses in the major.