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Student Outcomes

  1. The competent bachelor's level psychology candidate is knowledgeable about research methods, including research design, data analysis, and interpretation, and is able to use computers and information technology for many purposes.
  2. The competent bachelor's level psychology candidate utilizes scientific thinking, critically analyzes information, and engages in creative problem solving to derive insight into and facilitate the growth of their own and others' behavior, cognition, and emotion.
  3. The competent bachelor's level psychology candidate recognizes, understands and respects the complexity of diversity.
  4. The competent bachelor's level psychology candidate is knowledgeable about the ways psychological principles can be applied in various real-world settings and careers.
  5. The competent bachelor's level psychology candidate will acquire knowledge base of Psychology and will acquire appropriate value system in Psychology.
  6. The competent bachelor's level psychology candidate is an effective communicator.

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Student Success

As a psychology major, the five-year BA/MA program offered at Iona was something that was important to me. Through my internship at March of Dimes, I had a rewarding experience and got to see what it is like to work in a real office environment.

Jessica Scaparro

Psychology/5-year track for Industrial Organizational Psychology

Course Spotlight

Consulting and Organizational Change

Introduced in Spring 2013, this popular course appeals to psychology students who want to learn how to lead change, and help organizations and their staffs manage through change. This course is not open to business students.