A degree in Psychology can lead to a variety of careers! Earn your bachelor's degree in Psychology from Louisiana State University Shreveport and get early exposure to research methods and stats.
Major in psychology and study behavior, mental processes, and human interaction. This versatile bachelor’s degree will not only prepare you for careers in the field of psychology but so many other industries that deal directly with the public. And LSUS’s holistic approach to learning will provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to excel as a professional.
Psychology is one of the most popular majors at LSUS. One reason is that the undergraduate coursework provides hands-on experiences that will better prepare you for interactions, research, networking, and more. It’s also the connections you have to faculty. LSUS professors bring extensive research experience in this ever-changing field and will work closely with you every step of your degree program on your way to your chosen career.
Psychology majors are ideal candidates for any service which involves interaction with other humans. That’s why LSUS’s psychology degree emphasizes experiential learning in addition to classroom study. Whether your next step after LSUS is graduate school, professional school, or a full-time position, you’ll have valuable hands-on experiences both on and off-campus prior to graduation.
“My professors at LSUS demonstrated quality traits, often practiced in their respective fields, and cared about the success of their students. For them, it was more than a job and this was evident on a daily basis.”Barzanna White, Ph.D.District School PsychologistSchool Climate Transformation Grant DirectorCaddo Parish Schools
LSUS psychology majors have the opportunity to take applied courses in the campus Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic and complete coursework in the popular after-school and summer program, School of R.O.C.K. (Reading and Organization for Cool Kids). School of R.O.C.K. participants help young children from the community who are struggling with reading, math, and motivation.
Psychology majors can become board-certified assistant behavior analysts by completing 5 core ABA courses. Students are also eligible to become Registered Behavior Technicians.
A degree in Psychology allows you to learn about human behavior and gives you the 'soft skills' necessary to work in social services, public affairs, business, education, sales and health.
Career opportunities for psychology majors span far and wide. When you earn your bachelor’s degree in psychology from LSUS, you’ll graduate prepared for graduate school, professional school, or a full-time position.