Blending behavioral science and business courses, business psychology prepares you to understand the unique differences among people and how that can impact business effectiveness. You'll gain the skills needed to work effectively in the management and structure of human organizations, employee engagement and the development
of human resources. You will be well prepared for further graduate study. If learning how to manage, motivate and organize people for the healthy practice of efficiency and effectiveness is your passion, business psychology is the major for you.
“Our students have great opportunities in the classroom and through internships. They graduate with real skills that work for them in the business world.”
Yorton Clark, EdD
Professor of business.
Our professors are business professionals and scholars known for building relationships with you and having an open-door atmosphere where you can feel free to ask questions and talk through ideas.
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Our business psychology majors have interned at
Touching every aspect of business psychology, you could become a:
Human Resource Director
Insurance Claims Adjustor
Dr. Drew Overholt, associate professor of physics, physics student advisor Why I teach: My trajectory has always been an interest in science. I like how numbers explain things… Read More
Jacob Lett (‘10), visiting lecturer of theology, ministry student advisor Why I teach: Being able to interact with students, engage with the concerns of the rising… Read More
Chris Crawford (‘00), MSEd, director of athletic training program, assistant professor Why I teach: I am a big relationship… Read More