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Undergraduate Programs in Psychology
The undergraduate major in Psychology offers 3 concentrations:
You'll be trained in scientific and critical thinking, and in research methods and computer use; you'll learn to see psychology as an approach to solving problems and discovering new ideas. Knowledge gained at Marywood can serve as a basis for the graduate work needed for careers in such areas as clinical, industrial/organizational, health, social, experimental psychology, and more.
Industrial/Organizational Psychology is a relatively new field that emphasizes the unique focus of organized behavior occurring in industrial settings. The field offers many employment opportunities at the Bachelor's level. It is an excellent choice for the student who has a combined interest in psychology and business.
The Clinical Track involves preparation for professional careers in clinical psychology and related areas.