Study a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at King's
Psychology studies what motivates people to do the things they do and how society affects human thought, learning, and action. Students learn to critically engage assumptions about human nature and understand how these assumptions are important in our modern world and in the light of Christian faith.
Explore cognition and the activities of the mind and examine how physical disorders in the structural and chemical make-up of the brain can lead to behavioural and mental illness challenges. This degree is an excellent choice for those who want to enter professional programs such as law and education.
Psychology graduates who are gainfully employed
Unique courses in the Psychology program
Students who are satisfied with their overall education
Psychology Program Highlights
- Delve deeper into the human mind. Study distinct topics in psychology such as psychological processes, sensation and perception, child psychology, abnormal psychology and more.
- Apply psychology practically through lab exercises, field trips, and volunteering.
- Participate in field research as part of King's Community Engaged Research program.
- Understand the basic principles of cognitive development.
- Learn how to use psychology to make a difference in the world, and how you can make a difference in psychology.