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.S. program emphasizes research-related skills and the scientific aspects of psychology, so it's ideal for students interested in doctoral programs in psychology or medical school. It's also a good choice if you have a strong aptitude for math and the sciences, regardless of your eventual career.
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.S. Psychology Curriculum
- B.A. 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