University of Southern Indiana
Psychology professor and student


USI's psychology degree blends classroom learning with real-world experience.

The practice of psychology depends on strong face-to-face relationships—and that is where the University of Southern Indiana traditionally excels.

Our bachelor's degree in psychology emphasizes small classes and accessible faculty, with interaction among students and instructors. You will study psychology as part of a supportive, tight-knit community in our psychology program, which combines classroom theory with real-world experience. We offer a mixture of online and traditional classes.

In addition, USI's psychology bachelor's degree fosters marketable skills that employers seek out—and that give you an edge over the competition for jobs and graduate school placements. As a psychology major, you will cultivate the ability to:

  • Think creatively and critically
  • Communicate effectively with children and adults from different backgrounds
  • Synthesize information from multiple sources
  • Thrive in a multicultural world
  • Perform statistical analyses
  • Evaluate information from multiple perspectives
  • Work effectively on teams

Call USI Admission at 800-467-1965 for more information about the psychology degree program.

Customize our flexible psychology degree to suit your interests.

You may complete up to two internships as a psychology major, gaining real-world experience in a workplace, service agency, research lab or other professional setting related to psychology.

USI's psychology program lays a strong foundation for many types of careers. You can use your psychology degree to go into counseling, rehabilitation, research, teaching, human resources, consulting, sales and many other professions.

The psychology program offers flexible course options that cover a wide range of academic and career interests. Some of the specialized areas of psychology you will have the freedom to explore include:

  • Abnormal and Clinical psychology
  • Cognitive psychology
  • Community psychology
  • Developmental psychology
  • Forensic psychology
  • Industrial psychology
  • Learning theory
  • Social psychology
  • Psychology of gender
  • Sport psychology

To learn how USI's psychology program can help you achieve your career goals, contact USI Admission at 800-467-1965.

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