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B.A. in Psychological Science

The curriculum focuses on human behavior in social contexts, and variations in social environments (i.e., the family, school, and the workplace) that affect human behavior over the life span. Majors learn developmental, social, health, and abnormal psychology as well as environmental, clinical, and community psychology. Students also gain rigorous training in research methods and statistics.

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Full-time Duration: 4 years
Starting in: Fall quarter admission
Tuition Fee: $ 45,540 
Location: IrvineCAUnited States

Opportunities to participate in faculty research projects are available as well as field internships in education and health care settings. Graduates have assumed positions in the private and public sectors or pursued advanced degrees in psychology, education, human development, public health, social work, counseling, law, and business.

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Our 31 faculty members are prominent scholars whose specialties include developmental, social, personality, health, psychology and law, biological, clinical, cultural, community, environmental, and ecological psychology. The faculty are united by an overarching interest in understanding the origins of human behavior as it develops across the life course and in diverse sociocultural contexts. Outstanding undergraduates have the opportunity to conduct an Honors Research Project with individual faculty guidance.