Psychology is one of the most popular courses of study among undergraduates at Southern Oregon University. As a student in the Department of Psychology, your view of the world will forever be transformed.
Offered as a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Major
This degree program offers a 100% online option (except for one required Biology class which a transfer student can take elsewhere.)
The faculty and staff in Psychology are here to help you learn and to help you pursue the study of psychology as you approach your personal and career goals. Faculty members specialize in the fields of clinical & counseling psychology; human services; human development & gerontology.
Offered as a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
The Master in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) prepares candidates to be competent, culturally aware, ethical counselors who will provide exceptional mental health services in both public and private settings to meet the needs of increasingly diverse communities.
*Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS/MA degree information is located within the CMHC program website.
Offered as a Secondary Discipline Minor
This degree program offers a 100% online option.
The Psychology Minor is popular among students from diverse majors. Many students find a background in human behavior helpful for various career paths. Students do not need to declare a minor until their graduation application has been submitted.
Offered as a Certificate Program in collaboration with Sociology/Anthropology
A collaboration between the Sociology/Anthropology & Psychology programs, Human Services is an interdisciplinary Bachelor’s degree program focusing on the needs of human service professionals. This degree is for you if you have a desire to better understand the community and social environment, as well as enhance human relations skills while strengthening the ability to work effectively in social services.
*Human Service degree information is located within the Sociology & Anthropology program.