The psychology program has a well-earned reputation for preparing students to excel. You'll benefit from a challenging curriculum, small, personalized classes, and seasoned faculty.
What You'll Study
Our curriculum emphasizes psychology as a basic and applied science. It is built on the American Psychological Association (APA) undergraduate learning goals and objectives.
We will challenge you to think critically and independently while exploring research questions, methods, and ethical standards. You'll then learn to communicate your ideas and conclusions effectively.
These skills will equip you to take on a variety of careers or head straight into graduate studies.
To get the most out of your time at Flagler, we recommend you pursue independent research and internship experiences. Internship hours do not count toward a major area of concentration or toward minor areas of study in social sciences.
Our goal is to help you gain the skills you need as a professional, including understanding human behavior, becoming familiar with the scientific study of psychology, and developing strong writing and critical thinking skills.
Kiyah Shelton | Assistant Director of Recruitment | 850.201.8156 | email@example.com
Hybrid Evening Program
Students will take four classes in a 16-week period, divided into two per eight weeks. All classes will consist of face-to-face in the evenings, online, or hybrid for the convenience of the working professional.
Courses in Fall 2021 will consist of hybrid and online courses.