Undergraduates can pursue the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology at Wright State University. B.S. students will learn about diverse topics in psychology and develop valuable skills applying psychological theory, communicating effectively, collecting and analyzing data, and interpreting statistical information.
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology can also choose a concentration in one of three areas of study:
- Behavioral Neuroscience (BNS): Focuses on the connections between physiology, neurochemistry, and psychological experiences.
- Clinical Psychology: Focuses on integrating the science of psychology with the prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of diverse and complicated human problems.
- Cognition and Perception (CAP): Focuses on the human performance and effectiveness and applying those insights to product or system design and innovation.
- Industrial Organizational Psychology (IO): Focuses on applying psychology to the workplace, examining issues related to personnel selection, productivity, etc.
To learn more about the B.S. in Psychology, contact the Psychology Department in 335 Fawcett Hall at 937-775-2391.