Alabama State University Psychology Degrees and Programs

Alabama State University (ASU) offers a bachelor's of science degree in psychology designed to prepare students for entry-level psychology careers as well as graduate studies in several psychology disciplines including Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Developmental Psychology. ASU psychology students are offered a large variety of psychology and behavioral science classes they can choose from. Each class offers students the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills and analytical abilities required to pursue a graduate degree or launch a career in psychology.

Courses offered by the bachelor's of science in psychology program at ASU include general psychology, theories of personality, abnormal psychology, developmental psychology, psychology of learning, social psychology, physiological psychology, gender issues in psychology, and cognitive psychology, to name just a few.

915 S Jackson Street, Montgomery, AL 36101-0271

Phone Number:
(334) 229-4400

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Institution Type:
Public, 4-year or above

Campus Setting:
City: Midsize

Student Population:
6,806 (5,455 undergraduate)

Student-to-Teacher Ratio:
17 to 1

Psychology Degree Programs/Courses:
  • B.S. in Psychology