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Psychological Sciences

Also available online.

If the human brain and behavior fascinates you, Psychological Sciences might be the program for you.

You want to understand how the human mind thinks and learns, and how it processes decisions and perceptions. And you want to use that knowledge to ​help others. Whatever your goals, our program and expert faculty will prepare for success in research, continued study, and a career.​

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science in Psychological Sciences

The versatility and breadth of this degree program gives you a strong foundation to forge your own career path.

This degree may also be eligible for completion in three years through our Degree in Three program. Learn more and find out if you're a fit.

Psychological Sciences Pre-Health Major

For students whose first interest is psychology and want a career in health or medicine, this major will help you get there.


Our minor is perfect for students who are interested in raising many questions about human and animal behavior, and finding the answers.

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The online psychological sciences courses are structured with working adults in mind, enabling students to study while maintaining personal and professional commitments.

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See an overview of the program's curriculum and requirements.

Why Loyola?

Loyola's Psychological Sciences Program is...

Explore. Collaborate. Examine.

You'll get to work alongside talented professors to partner in research. Learn more about some of our recent research projects.
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Summer Camp

Students will develop a general understanding of laboratory techniques, apply them in real lab settings and earn a college credit.


See what our faculty and students are accomplishing