Undergraduate students may choose from a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology or the Psychology minor. Degree requirements, course descriptions, and learning outcomes can be found by clicking on the links below. Current students may also reference their degree audit report (DARS) and speak with their advisor to ensure they are on track for graduation.
Transfer students may seamlessly complete a bachelor's degree in Psychology with a number of Transfer Pathways with other MinnState institutions. Information can be found on the College of Liberal Arts website.
Based on their interests and/or graduation timeline, majors conclude their studies with a summative capstone course by choosing from: A topical seminar, a field experience/internship, a lab-based research course, or (if applicable) an online-only course in the history of psychology.
We proudly offer one of the only Industrial-Organizational Psychology Master's programs in the MinnState system. Its graduates have gone on to contribute to better organizations at Target, UnitedHealth Group, and the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Choose from a number of online and on campus courses to complete a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Coursework and applied learning prepares students for a wide variety of career options and continuing education.
The M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology prepares students to find innovative solutions for the workplace and other group settings. Cohort programs begin each fall semester.
The Psychology minor enhances and supports any major at St. Cloud State. To add the minor to your degree plan, reach out to any one of our faculty or staff.