Are you a good listener who likes to help people? Then studying psychology at Seton Hall might be the perfect path for you.
Our B.A. program provides academic courses and internship opportunities that prepare you for a wide range of careers focused on understanding behavior — from graduate studies in psychology, medicine or law to careers in business, research or school settings.
Here's what you need to know about studying psychology at Seton Hall:
- A cornerstone of our program is that you will be able to learn inside the classroom as well as in the real world by engaging in a required experiential learning experience, this could be research, community service, an internship or all three!
- You'll also have amazing opportunities to intern and build your résumé. Students have interned or found employment at the United Way, Alzheimer's Association, Jersey Cares, Make a Wish foundation, National Eating Disorders Association, and countless clinics, hospitals, community centers and non-profit organizations.
- You will learn in small classes taught by faculty who are not only experts in the field but also dedicated to helping you succeed.
- You can conduct research with faculty starting sophomore year in areas such as sports psychology, anxiety disorders, organizational behavior, behavioral neuroscience, memory and depression.
- Our curriculum allows you to explore human behavior in an environment that draws not only on social science but also on natural sciences and the humanities.
- You might become one of the many students whose research with faculty is published in scientific journals or are able to present your research at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference.
- Our students have taken advantage of competitive summer research institutes at NYU and received grant funding to conduct research over the summer.
These unparalleled opportunities are a big reason why our programs have a high acceptance rate to graduate schools like NYU, Fordham, Columbia, Boston University, Penn State, University of Connecticut and Seton Hall Law.
- Department of Psychology
- B.A. Psychology Curriculum
- B.S. Psychology
- Minor in Psychology
- B.A./M.S. or B.S./M.S. Psychology/Speech-Language Pathology
- B.A., Psychology/M.A.E., Psychological Studies
- Undergraduate Certificate in Data Analytics
- Psychology Honors Program
- Academic Integrity Policy
- Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum
- University Core Curriculum