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Psychology is a rapidly growing field in today's world. It is the study of the workings of the human mind and it is an important tool in market research, advertising, health care, social work and almost any profession that requires interactions with other people. Many business leaders, diplomats, and politicians find psychology important in their work.

Why choose Psychology at Clearwater Christian?

  1. Commitment to teaching all concepts from a Biblical perspective viewing psychology from a Christian world and life view

  2. Make students aware of the specialty fields in psychology by helping them evaluate their interests and Godís leading in their lives

  3. Strong track record for job placement and graduate school admissions

Admissions Requirements

While there are no additional admissions requirements, those enrolling in the Psychology major are expected to maintain a minimum of a C average in their Psychology classes. Psychology majors are also expected to possess a desire to understand human nature according to the Word of God and to help man take appropriate accountability for their behavior and actions.

Track Options

The basic psychology program requires student to complete over 45 hours of required and elective PSY courses. Realizing that many students will pursue careers or graduate school in specific professional areas, the college offers seven specific academic tracks that include specific coursework already incorporated into their degree program. Click on a track option below for the unique coursework it offers.

Behavioral/Neuroscience Psychology Track

Biblical Counseling Track

Forensic Psychology track

Sports Psychology Track

Industrial Organizational Psychology Track

Social Work Track

General Psychology Track

Interesting Classes I Might Take

  • Nouthetic Counseling
  • Biblical Counseling Training
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Personality Theory


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