The field of psychology is exciting and diverse. The psychology department at Midland University approaches psychology as an academic discipline, profession, and science. Psychology at MU focuses on a scientific explanation of the underlying processes involved in human and animal behavior. Our program provides the foundational knowledge applicable to many career paths and the comprehensive background necessary for graduate study in psychology. Through internships, students have opportunities to gain clinical experience and job-relevant skills. We are also proud to provide one of the only minors in Applied Behavior Analysis in the region.
Faculty holds doctoral degrees in specialized areas of psychology and actively pursues professional interests in addition to their course instruction. Our department provides individual attention to students by highly qualified faculty who have extensive academic preparation and professional experience. This is reflected in our graduates’ success in master’s and doctorate graduate programs and their career positions.
Midland University’s Psychology major prepares students with the tools to succeed in a wide range of careers. Some career opportunities include:
- Behavior Analyst
- Human Services Professional
- Mental Health Technician
- Autism Training Specialist
- Behavior Technician/Psychology Assistant
- Case Manager
- Occupational/Physical Therapist
- Probation Officer
A full list of Midland University courses and credit information can be found in the Academic Catalog.View the Academic Catalog
Department: Social Science