Explore the intricacies of human behavior through a versatile and multi-faceted psychology program.
The psychology major is a flexible, 10-course major that cultivates skills in areas like science and mathematics, research design, critical thinking and problem solving. The psychology curriculum is designed to allow you flexibility to select courses that fit your present interests and future expectations.
Calvin's psychology minor includes four electives, one of which can be fulfilled by completing the department's experiential internship course.
Secondary Education Psychology Minor
This 20-credit minor, combined with courses in the education department, can certify you to teach psychology in the secondary setting.
The neuroscience concentration in psychology seeks to provide students with an interdisciplinary understanding of neuroscience, giving them a deep understanding of the biological sciences and integrating this knowledge with subject areas as diverse as psychology, chemistry/biochemistry, physics, computer science and philosophy.