“I am grateful for my experience as a MPSY student. The professors were wonderful, and their expertise in the different areas of psychology shaped me into a confident and well prepared therapist. I feel lucky to have been part of the program!” – Sarynelly Rojas, 2009 MPSY Graduate
In preparation for a host of careers in mental health, education, business, public health, court systems, and family life, we offer a B.S. and a Minor in Psychology. Small class sizes, interactive programming, and caring, professional faculty offer a unique learning experience at Brenau’s historic Gainesville campus. The undergraduate degree in psychology is offered as part of the Women’s College at Brenau University and is open to women only.
For those interested in becoming professional counselors or for those who wish to continue training in psychology at the Doctoral level, we offer a M.S. in Clinical Counseling Psychology. The curriculum reflects the most advanced scientific knowledge and practice techniques relevant to psychological counseling. Nearly all courses are taught by experienced, full-time faculty. The M.S. in Psychology program is also available. This is a co-educational, 2 year full-time or 3-4 year part-time program, offered one morning and one evening per week. Program Director: Dr. Gary Bauman (770) 534-6225 or email@example.com.
This degree places graduates on the cutting edge of serving the older population. The M.S. in Applied Gerontology is an innovative, interdisciplinary program for those interested in various aspects of healthcare including: psychology, nursing, occupational therapy, health science and biology as well as liberal arts, business, social work, housing, interior and fashion design, institutional care, transportation, the law, and geriatric care management. This custom designed program is only offered through the Online College at Brenau University. A Certificate in Applied Gerontology (18 credit hours of coursework) is also available for those not wishing to obtain a masters degree. Program Director: Dr. Bonnie Kin (770) 297-5951 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Psychology undergrad students work on their balloon tower activity.
To explore possible psychology career paths and degrees, click here: http://careersinpsychology.