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Psychological Science
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
The Department of Psychological Science offers both a Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) degree and a Bachelors of Science (B.S.) degree. Which degree you should pursue depends on your specific interests and whether you are more comfortable with arts, humanities, social sciences, and languages or with physical sciences and mathematics. For example, students routinely enter medical school having earned a B.A. degree and having taken courses in physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics.
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Psychological Science
Bachelor of Science (BS)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
The Department of Psychological Science offers both a Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) degree and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Which degree you should pursue depends on your specific interests and whether you are more comfortable with arts, humanities, social sciences, and languages or with natural sciences and mathematics. Similarly, students frequently earn a B.S. degree having also taken a large number of courses in the social sciences or humanities.
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Psychology: Health & Sport Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Johnson State College in Johnson, VT
How can psychology be used to improve motivation and performance? How does physical activity improve mental health and overall well-being? How do stress and other psychological factors affect health and wellness? These are some of the questions you’ll explore as a student in this exciting program. You’ll engage in original research projects in collaboration with faculty and have the opportunity to assist with ongoing research into biofeedback as a tool for exercise motivation. You’ll gain additional professional experience by completing an internship in the field, so by the time you graduate you’ll be well-prepared for a career or further study in this growing discipline.
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Psychology
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Southern Vermont College in Bennington, VT
The Psychology degree is designed to be a flexible degree that allows students to successfully pursue their chosen career path. Students take a core set of classes that provide a theoretical foundation, then choose courses with the help of their advisor to fulfill the requirement for their unique long‐term educational and career goals. The degree consists of a core of 4 psychology courses; a series of psychology courses that cover developmental, theoretical, and clinical focus areas; and practicum and senior seminar courses that emphasize application of theory and research. Students will take one course each from selections in developmental, theoretical, and clinical psychology, and three additional psychology courses.
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Southern Vermont College
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Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bennington College in Bennington, VT
Psychology is more than the study of the mind and its effect on behavior; it also demands a nuanced understanding of the scope and limits of theories and other generalizations of human behavior. At Bennington, some psychology courses focus on understanding the generalizations made by others, while other courses focus on the process of research, where students make their own generalizations about human behavior. In both cases, students learn to read, understand, and critically evaluate published work in psychology. They develop the skills to write a convincing, non-prejudicial argument. And they learn how to apply ethical standards to research and theory in psychology. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of students' individual academic plans, Bennington students often apply their psychological studies in fascinating ways: using clinical psychology to inform painting or poetry, or using work in social psychology to inform documentary film-making or biology. We have sent curious and well-trained scholars into the world, and we find they are often ready to do original work in a variety of settings. The solid foundations and disciplined and independent habits of inquiry we provide serve our students well in their post-college careers.
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Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Green Mountain College in Poultney, VT
The GMC psychology program provides a strong grounding in contemporary psychological theory and practice. No other undergraduate psychology major provides students with such a high degree of academic preparation combined with real-world application like Green Mountain College’s program. At GMC you will work with faculty to develop a personalized program of study that allows you to pursue your own interests. As an undergraduate you will have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research projects that often lead to publications and conference presentations. Our students gain admission to top graduate programs and obtain jobs in the industry when they graduate. GMC psychology alumni also work in community counseling, hospice coordination, and research lab management.
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Green Mountain College
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Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
Low number of required courses (32 credits) allows students to explore all that Castleton has to offer (double-major, sports, etc.) Four concentrations are offered for students who wish to specialize: Forensic Psychology Developmental Psychology Health Psychology Agency All students complete an independent psychology research study Honors Program for students interested in pursuing advanced research under the close supervision of a faculty member. Beyond the Classroom community engagement Psychology majors will find many opportunities to connect the science of human behavior with helping others in our communities. Community Engagement courses Service Learning opportunities Internship & volunteer opportunities in the community student research In addition to completing a research project as part of the major, students may complete additional independent studies, collaborate with faculty, and/or complete an honors thesis. Psychology students have presented their research at regional, national, and international academic conferences Psychology students regularly receive funding for research projects through the faculty-student research fund at Castleton.
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Psychology
Bachelor of Science (BS)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology major prepares students to pursue graduate work in the field of psychology, allied mental health fields, or other areas of interest and fosters the development of the effective use of the scientific method to augment the liberal arts educational experience. College of St. Joseph’s Bachelor of Science in Psychology will provide you with a substantial background within the psychology or allied mental health fields. It will also prepare you to think critically, make effective decisions and contribute to solving social problems within our communities. Our experienced faculty include former psychologists, behavior specialists and social workers who will introduce you to career options and provide you with hands-on, interactive training along the way. CSJ also offers a master’s program in Clinical Psychology.
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$ 37,400
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Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT
People want to understand one another. We are curious about human behavior and why people think, feel, and act the way they do. Middlebury’s Department of Psychology focuses on the scientific study of these issues. The psychology department offers a broad range of courses that encourage students to understand mental processes, emotions, and behavior from a variety of different perspectives, spanning social, cognitive, neuroscientific, developmental, and clinical approaches. Students actively engage in research as part of the psychology curriculum and may also choose to engage in research projects in faculty laboratories. A sophisticated collection of technological tools promotes teaching and research within the department.
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$ 69,464
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Middlebury College
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Psychology
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Champlain College in Burlington, VT
Champlain's well rounded, career-focused approach to education makes our Psychology degree program one of the most diverse, practical and applicable psychology programs in the country. The Psychology Bachelor of Science program at Champlain College gives you the opportunity to identify, prepare and follow a clear and realistic academic pathway, while preparing you to use your understanding of human behavior throughout your future personal, civic and professional life. Student Academic Experience As a Psychology student at Champlain, you will be immersed in a strong disciplinary foundation in your first two years—starting in your first semester with our Upside-Down Curriculum—through a range of required courses, while still getting a strong background in liberal arts through the Core curriculum. You will take Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Applied Psychology and Positive Psychology as well as other courses from the Psychology curriculum in your first year of the program. Throughout your years at Champlain, you'll experience a focus on the application of psychology to solve real-world problems, and you'll study the underlying application of psychological science to many possible career paths. Program Structure Early on, you'll be introduced to how psychology applies to a huge range of job sectors and career choices, and you will work closely with upper-level Psychology students in a peer-mentoring system to explore your options. During your first or second year, you'll be asked how you would like to use your Psychology degree after graduation. You'll use that basis to determine your course selection for the remaining years of the program, enabling you to focus on applied aspects centered on your professional interests and aspirations. All of our upper-level classes are hands-on and more practical than those offered at our competitor schools, and they include professional and/or research internships. Faculty Our experienced Psychology faculty members are all active practitioners and/or researchers. Champlain's faculty members will give you the insight you need to identify the field that most interests you and to succeed in applying your psychology education to your chosen field. Thanks to our small class sizes, our Psychology professors are able to focus on you and your goals, and will help you meet them. Meet our faculty. Internships Through internships and summer jobs at such organizations as the Milton Community Youth Coalition, the Howard Center and the Visiting Nurse Associations of America, our Psychology students gain invaluable experience in the field. We want our graduates to use their Psychology degree as a platform upon which to accomplish many amazing career goals-such as pursuing graduate education or applying the principles of psychological science to a professional field in human resources, guidance, teaching, law enforcement or many other disciplines. See where our students have interned. Study Abroad Study Abroad is built right into the program so you can spend a semester studying at our campuses in Montreal or Dublin, or anywhere in the world through our study abroad partners. Many of our students travel to Auckland, New Zealand, to gain a global perspective during their time at Champlain.
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$ 54,001
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$ 35,740
Champlain College
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