Psychology and Human Development

Psychology and Human Development majors cultivate an understanding of the biological, psychological, spiritual, and socio-cultural development of the human being throughout the lifespan. This interdisciplinary program studies development from infancy, childhood, and adolescence to adulthood. Psychology and Human Development core and elective courses prepare students for fields in human services.

“The study of psychology and human development enhances an individual’s ability to thrive in any health services vocation. The study of psychology and human development is a critical component to enhancing self-awareness, empathy, and faith-oriented practices to better serve others.”

Athina-Eleni Mavroudhis, PhDc

Lecturer and Director, Psychology and Human Development