Earn a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in a program open to transfer students, adults, and other nontraditional undergraduates.
Psychology is the science of the mind, behavior, and human experience. The study of psychology provides students with broad knowledge in areas including human development, personality, psychopathology, social and organizational behavior, language and cognition, and neuroscience. The program combines academic study with research training and a senior capstone. Course offerings at The New School prepare students for graduate study in academic or applied psychology and in psychology-related human service fields such as social work and counseling.
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