Geneva College

 

 

Psychology

Geneva’s psychology program is comprehensive, providing the content that students need to successfully enter into graduate school. The academic curriculum combines theory and research with the methodology of experimental psychology, all within the context of a Christian understanding.

Geneva’s program is comprehensive, preparing students in the areas of human development, social psychology, statistics, experimental methods, motivation, abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, personality, biological bases and cognitive psychology. Additionally, seniors participate in seminar, which provides the opportunity to prepare for graduate school or professional careers.

Program Requirements:
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology 3
PSY 202 Biological Bases of Behavior 3
PSY 205 Psychological Statistics 4
PSY 206 Orientation to Psychology 3
PSY 207 Research Methods in Psychology 3
PSY 250 Life Span Development 3
PSY 325 Cognitive Psychology 3
PSY 404 Personality Psychology 3
PSY 408 Social Psychology 3
PSY 411 History and Theories of Psychology 3
PSY 425 Senior Seminar - Pre-professional 3
HSV 202 Human Diversity 3
Two courses from:
PSY 260 Tests and Measures 3
PSY 313 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 320 Conditioning and Learning 4
PSY 326 Emotion and Memory 3
PSY 329 Lab - Basic Processes 3
One course from:
PSY 229 Lab - Developmental   3
PSY 251 Child Development  3
PSY 252  Adolescent Development 3
PSY 253 Adulthood and Aging  3
One course from:
PSY 405 Psychology of Gender 3
PSY 206 Psychology of Prejudice 3
PSY 429 Lab - Social 3
PSY 423/424 Psychology Research Literature/Applied Psychology Research 1/2
PSY 250 Special Topics in Psychology 3

 

Point of Excellence

Geneva provides the versatility for accounting students to meet all the requirements for the new CPA licensure exam either as part of their bachelor’s degree or their master’s degree.

more points >>
 
Upcoming Events
SERVICE
Service opportunities in Beaver Falls
Students can work with Tiger Pause and the Dare2XL programs.
CURRENT STUDENTS
Branches on campus
The Christian indie/folk band is kicking off the Three Past Three program on October 23.
COMMUNITY
Living in Color: Steppin’ Up—Moving from Theory to Action
The conference, which focuses on getting involved in multicultural issues, will be held Nov. 7-8.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
MBA program to host Open House
An information session that includes a complementary dinner will be held at the Cranberry Regional Learning Alliance on Tue., Oct. 28.
VISIT EVENTS
Business Day is November 8
Activities for those interested in business majors include simulations and networking with current students, faculty and local business leaders.