Students who study Psychology and Human Services are motivated, caring people. They’re ready to engage in the challenging coursework and real-world experiences our program provides to help them become competent professionals and leaders.
Lyndon’s Psychology Department differs from other programs by offering a four-year degree that combines Psychology and Human Services. In their junior and senior years, students select courses to fulfill one of five “tracks” depending on their interests and post-graduate aspirations:
Students are given a strong foundation in theory and are well versed in psychological and social explanations of human behavior. Two practicum experiences provide opportunities to apply skills in a wide variety of professional settings. A student leaves this program with the knowledge and training needed to succeed in many different jobs or graduate schools.
Thanks to the NEBHE program, students from Connecticut and New Hampshire qualify for substantial savings in out-of-state tuition, as do students from most of New York state.
Graduates of the major in Applied Psychology and Human Services will be able to: