Are you fascinated by interpersonal relationships? Interested in the development of children? Do you wonder why people act the way they do, or how your brain retains facts? Studying psychology at Catholic University will help you develop a holistic understanding of human beings.

As a psychology major, you will learn psychological theory and methodology and become familiar with a variety of content areas, including neuroscience, developmental, social, and clinical psychology, and the study of perception and cognition. Core classes like art, history, and literature will broaden your outlook by showing you the human mind at work in the world.

When you graduate from the program, you will have the skills to work in a number of fields or pursue further study. Your psychology background, along with the liberal arts education you will receive at Catholic University, will allow you to understand human problems more deeply, better enabling you to solve them practically.