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Psychology

The Psychology program at Judson College is designed to boost your professional development in professions such as Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy. You may complete your B.S. or B.A. degree at Judson with a major in Psychology in as little as three years, giving you a head start in a career or graduate school.

The Department of Psychology aims to give our students quality academic instruction coupled with direct field experience to enable them to successfully begin careers or advance to graduate study in a variety of psychology-related fields.

In addition to excellent academic opportunities, the Psychology Department maintains a student departmental club called Psych-Key. Psych-Key (Psychology Club) is a student-initiated and administered organization. The club invites professionals from a wide range of mental health and psychology related fields to visit the Judson campus and present information on the advancements in their professions. Additionally, Judson psychology students participate in field trips to counseling centers and conferences, where they can see psychology at work and make connections with professionals in their field.

If you are seeking an excellent education that will help prepare you for a rewarding career, let the Department of Psychology at Judson College give you the head start you’re looking for.

For more information, contact:

Dr. Harold Arnold
Department Head
Email:  harnold@judson.edu
Phone:  (334) 683-5139

For information about Judson College’s emphasis in Equine-Facilitated Mental Health, visit our Equine-Facilitated Mental Health page.