B.S. in Psychology: Developmental Psychology
Residential Developmental Psychology Program (B.S.)
Prepare for your future with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology: Developmental Psychology from Liberty University. Study the common theories and developmental processes that provide the foundation for human growth and learning throughout the entire lifespan. Conduct research and gain hands-on experience in the field as you prepare for graduate studies in psychology.
Learn from dedicated professors who are strong in their Christian faith and who have years of experience in this field.
Liberty’s Department of Psychology provides lab rooms for you to engage with applied studies. These rooms are equipped with audio and video recording technology for instructor review and feedback. And the PSYC 499 Internship gives you the opportunity to shadow a professional in the field and gain applied learning through experience.
Academic Information for the B.S. in Psychology: Developmental Psychology
120 credit hours
Program of Study
Psychology (B.S.) – Developmental Psychology – Resident
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Featured Developmental Psychology Courses
- Psychology of Childhood (PSYC 221)
- Psychology of Adolescence (PSYC 231)
- Psychology of Adulthood (PSYC 235)
- Gerontology (PSYC 336)
Start Your Career in Developmental Psychology
Career Opportunities for Developmental Psychology Program Graduates
- Behavior Technician
- Case Worker
- Child Protection Worker
- Community Recreation Worker
- Day Care Center Supervisor
- Family Service Worker
- Social Service Coordinator