The Department of Education and Psychology at Southwestern Adventist University offers a BS in Psychology. A professional program in psychology is relevant for nearly every profession and allows students to make relevant connections and practical applications in their careers.
University alumni surveys find that psychology grads are currently working as psychology technicians, case managers for social services, firefighters, ministers, teachers, authors, probation officers, small business owners, and corporate executives.
A number of institutions hire graduates with a bachelor's degree, thus the outlook for a psychology major is excellent. Training in critical thinking, interpersonal communications, and human behavior make graduates in this field highly versatile and employable.
Depending on the area of the country and type of job, grads can expect to earn a salary range of $30,000–$50,000.