Barry University's Department of Psychology, part of the College of Arts and Sciences, offers undergraduate and graduate programs to help you succeed in a rewarding career.
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BS) prepares you for many different career paths. Although a doctoral degree - PhD or PsyD - is required in order to pursue a career as a clinical or experimental psychologist, students with a bachelor's degree in psychology are well qualified for careers that value strong writing skills, analytical skills and people skills.
The Industrial/Organizational Psychology Specialization opens the door to many opportunities for undergraduate students interested in a career in the rapidly growing field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Barry students completing this specialization will be highly competitive for entry into master's and doctoral programs in this field. Students with this specialization will also be in an excellent position to compete for bachelor-level positions in Human Resource Management.
Students majoring in psychology at Barry University enjoy the advantages of small classes, a student-centered department, research opportunities, and personalized academic advising. Alumni of Barry University's Department of Psychology have been successful in gaining admission to many fine doctoral programs.