Our mission is to develop a thoroughgoing, science-based psychology curriculum for understanding behavior; to establish student learning outcomes related to basic psychological principles, research methods, critical thinking, and professional skills; and to support student participation in faculty research programs and community service projects. We design these experiences to allow our students the opportunity to practice discussing major psychological principles and research findings; to apply psychological principles and procedures in real-life settings; and to eventually pursue careers in an array of human-service industries or admission to various graduate programs.
Our master's program has a Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)-approved course sequence and is accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International.
211 Ayers Hall
Jacksonville State University
700 Pelham Road North
Jacksonville, AL 36265
Seats cannot be added to these Spring 2014 classes:
PSY 412 Child Psychopathology
PSY 436 Drugs, Society, & Human Behavior
Graduating Psi Chi Members:
Honor Cords - $17.00 ea.
Medallions - $22.00 ea.
To order, please contact the secretary, Annette Carter, at (256) 782-5402.