From day one in the psychology degree, IW students immediately engage in the application of psychology to the real world and understanding the science of human behavior.
- Hands-on experiential learning
- Internships with community organizations and businesses
- Student-faculty research projects
- Developing critical thinking and communication skills
- Building relationships within the field and community at large
- Applying a unique understanding of psychology
IW psychology graduates are prepared for the expanding job market and for successful entry to competitive graduate and professional programs, such as those accredited by the American Psychological Association or the National Association of Social Workers.
The Psychology college degree provides excellent preparation for a number of careers in such areas as social services, health care, government organizations, business, and teaching (in conjunction with the education major or an advanced degree).