Taylor University’s Psychology department provides a deep and purposeful integration of psychology and Christianity. Our Psychology professors take on the science of psychology and the struggles with morality facing the world today while standing on the Truth and preparing you to do the same.
The varied interests and experiences of our faculty—ranging from studying adolescents and digital media to sex trafficking and peace and reconciliation efforts in South Africa—enable us to offer diverse courses. No matter your interest—whether it’s working in a hospital or prison or with AIDS victims in Ireland, or planning for graduate school—our faculty can help you grow and apply your passion and knowledge wherever God is calling you.
Our Psychology program is based on professional growth and hands-on education. Taylor uses three approaches:
Dr. Scott Moeschberger, Associate Professor in Psychology and Associate Dean of the Honors College, expands on the Psychology program’s emphasis on intercultural experience and how their faculty help students find their place in the global society.
Many of our graduates have gone on to earn their master’s degree. Here are a few recommended graduate schools for our Psychology students:
Our alumni have worked in market research, sports psychology, educational psychology, higher education, computer science, and even forensics. Around 75% of our graduates have gone on to graduate school to fight sex trafficking and work as counselors with children, juvenile delinquents, and handicapped or abused people.
With a 95% career placement rate, our Psychology department alongside the Calling and Career Office will fully prepare you to attain a job or internship after graduation.