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2015 - 2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Cornerstone University)


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The psychology program at Cornerstone University equips students to influence the world for Christ by supporting and encouraging the health and development of children, adults and families in a variety of workplace and ministry environments. Our students examine, explore, and critique psychological ideas, theories and applications from a Christian perspective. They apply what they learn in the classroom through practical work, volunteer, internship and professional experiences throughout West Michigan.

Students from our program consistently score above the 90th percentile on the Major Field Assessment Test, a national standardized test of psychology majors in all different types of college and university settings.

Psychology is a discipline that has applicability in nearly every profession. Many psychology majors go on to graduate school to prepare for careers in counseling within private practices, agencies, schools and hospitals. Others who pursue advanced study in psychology go on to work as mental health consultants, professors, researchers and administrators. Due to students’ preparation in understanding and working with diverse people, a psychology background is also appealing to employers in diverse areas such as professional ministry, medicine/health care, business (such as human resources and marketing) and nonprofit work.

Bachelor of Arts General Education Requirement


Written Communication


Both of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses:

Oral Communication


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Course:

Mathematics


One of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses:

Humanities & Fine Arts:


The following courses:

MCC Program Requirements


Cornerstone University Program Requirements


• REL 104 Old Testament Lit.
• REL 204 New Testament Lit.
• REL 352 Christian Beliefs & History
• HIS 114- World Civilization II
• 18-24 credits towards minor
• 12-18 credits of general electives
• PSY 422 Systems of Psychology
• PSY 441 Physiological Psychology
• PSY 355 Integrated Stats/Research I
• PSY 356 Integrated Stats/Research II
• Upper elective PSY course
• PSY 380 Internship
• PSY 400 Capstone Seminar
 

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