Psychology Degree Information
Be Involved in Research and Field Experiences Alongside Your Professors
Psychology is a field of study that explores human behavior and mental processes.
Develop a robust set of skills, from comprehension of interpersonal relationships
and social services, to science-based research and statistical analysis. This juxtaposition
of both human and scientific understanding will make you a strong candidate for employment.
In a curriculum aligned with the American Psychological Association guidelines, prepare
to enter clinical, behavioral, developmental, organizational, social, and neuroscience
fields. Work with professors to be involved with research, paraprofessional training,
and field experiences.
A major and minor are offered.
You have the opportunity to join Franklin Pierce's chapter of the National Psychology
Honor Society if you meet national requirements for induction.
Alumni Success Stories
Meghan Flynn '10 is a Franklin Pierce University graduate and Coordinator of Intramural
Sports & Summer Programs at UMass Lowell. She credits her Franklin Pierce Psychology
degree as a key element in her career success.
Meghan Flynn '10
Coordinator of Intramural Sports and Summer Programs
Sample Career Opportunities
Franklin Pierce graduates have gone on to enjoy careers and internships with such
- New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
- Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities
- Kids in Crisis
- Tufts Medical Center Cancer Center
- Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention
- Boston Higashi School
- North American Family Institute
- New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth, and Families
- Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center
- Jaffrey, New Hampshire District Court
- Bond Wellness Center
- Spring Hill Recovery Addiction Services
- Love of Learning Montessori School
- SLI Brain Injury Wellness Center
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
Our dedicated faculty are at the heart of providing academic instruction and a Pierce
education. Learn more about our knowledgeable faculty and their areas of study.
Behavioral Sciences Faculty Bios
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