Psychology in Three
The Psychology department at Saint Michael’s College will expose you to psychology in its many forms, from neuroscience, to cognitive, to clinical and now, thanks to the Degree in Three program, you can gain that experience and your diploma in record time.
Students in the Psychology program are frequently out in the field working in alternative school classrooms, mental health agencies, and crisis centers, or back in campus labs researching issues such as the effects of stress on health, or of video-game playing on thinking skills. The faculty at Saint Michael’s will help you become adept at formulating meaningful questions while also providing personalized advising to help you finish your academic goals.
Here is an example of what a schedule would look like in order for you to graduate with a Psychology degree in three years; individual paths may vary:
|Degree in Three|
|1st Fall||1st Spring||1st Summer|
|PS 101 – General Psychology||Psychology Elective I||Psychology Elective II|
|First Year Seminar||Religious Studies LSC||History & Society LSC|
|PH 103 – Introduction to Philosophy||Science LSC*||Elective|
|2nd Fall||2nd Spring||2nd Summer|
|PS 213 – Psychological Statistics||PS 215 – Research Methods||Psychology Elective V|
|Psychology Elective III||Psychology Elective IV||Arts & Literature LSC|
|3rd Fall||3rd Spring|
|PS 450 – Practicum I: Interpersonal Skills||PS 460 – Practicum II: Working in the Mental Health System|
|Psychology Elective VI||Psychology Elective VII|