B.S. in Biopsychology
Residential Biopsychology Program
The Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology degree at Liberty University is an interdisciplinary program that incorporates courses from Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology degree programs.
This program includes the prerequisite courses required for medical school and provides a solid foundation for those planning to attend medical or graduate schools. Students with this major focus on the biochemical basis for behavior and pursue careers in neuroscience research and related fields.
The B.S. in Biopsychology is offered through the Department of Biology & Chemistry.
Academics: Biopsychology (B.S.)
Degree Completion Plan (DCP)
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Courses You Could Take
- Genetics (BIOL 301)
- Clinical Human Anatomy (BIOL 313)
- Advanced Human Physiology (BIOL 385)
- Cell Biology (BIOL 415)
- Physiological Psychology (PSYC 380)
Career Opportunities in Biopsychology
- Biomedical Research Laboratory Technician
- Pharmaceutical Research Technician
- Public Health Analyst
- Physiological Psychologist*
- Genetic Counselor*