The field of psychology focuses on the examination of mental processes and behavior as well as basic behavioral functions such as sensation, perception, learning, thinking, language, motivation, personality, and emotion. The program in Psychology provides students with a background of fundamental subject matter that will equip them for subsequent graduate study in psychology and related fields, assist them in careers in medicine, education, law, business, or other professions involving human services, and provide them with an understanding of human behavior useful in everyday personal and community life.
Husson now offers the Bachelor of Science in Psychology program in online format as well as the traditional campus setting. For more information about online enrollment, please contact Husson University's Division of Online and Extended Learning.
Requirements for Psychology Majors
Students must earn an overall 2.5 cumulative grade-point average as well as 2.5 in their Psychology courses. Transfer students must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours in PY prefix courses at Husson to be eligible for graduation.
Students receiving a Husson four-year degree in Psychology and meeting State of Maine requirements for the MHRT/C may apply for this certification upon graduation. This certification enables graduates to undertake entry-level case management and educational programs in mental health settings that are supported by the State of Maine.