The learning experience in Psychology at Grand View emphasizes face to face interaction with skilled instructors and hands-on learning. Internships, research training, and a curriculum designed to help students build a strong knowledge base contribute to success in both graduate school and employment.
Grand View Psychology Research Track (GV-PR) courses encourage you to select a topic of special interest early in the program and to study it in depth throughout several courses.
Research preparation is essential if you want to complete graduate education in any of the specialty areas of Psychology—clinical, counseling, industrial, developmental, experimental, neuroscience, personality, social psychology, and human perception, to name a few.
Grand View also offers a minor in psychology.
Wondering whether you should pursue psychology, human services or social work? Explore the differences HERE.