Saint Xavier University Chicago Campus

Psychology

Psychology

Psychology is a social science, generally, that focuses on the systematic study of behavior and social interaction. Our students of psychology gain insight into how people think, feel, act and relate to others. They learn how to gather and analyze behavioral data and how to conduct research with human participants, as well as interpersonal skills that are useful in a variety of workplaces.

Quick Snapshot

Campus Location
Chicago
Length of Program
4 years
Courses per Semester
Average of 5 courses
Total Number of Courses
43 courses


Psychology courses are available at Saint Xavier's Chicago campus where students can complete all 43 of the required courses, which include 25 general education courses and 18 major-specific courses. If students complete an average of five courses per semester, they can graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in just four years.

Programs of Study

The Department of Psychology offers a broad introduction to the fundamental theories, research methods and core ideas of the many disciplines of psychology. Students in the B.A. and B.S. programs learn ways to apply psychology in everyday life and professionally.

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Student Spotlight

Claudia Hernandez

Claudia Hernandez
Psychology Major

"After declaring a Bachelor of Arts in psychology with a minor in sociology, I was exposed to a wealth of information and experience from countless faculty members at SXU. From the Racial and Ethnic Relations course to Individual and Group Counseling course to Statistics for the Social Sciences course at Saint Xavier University, I grew to understand society, individuals and myself."

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