Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of individuals and groups. The department offers a broad understanding of human behavior, including the development, relationships, physiological functioning, and interactions of individuals in systems. The department educates students in the methods of social and psychological research; diversity and its various expressions; national, international, ethnic, religious, class, and gender perspectives; and models of advocacy and social justice.

The department contributes to the liberal arts education of NNU students through courses offered to meet the general education core requirement and those that support major requirements in other disciplines. The Psychology major provides students with a solid background in the questions, methods, and theories of the disciplines, and prepares them for occupations and further study in psychology and related fields. The department models and trains its students to be Christian professionals serving the community.

Faculty: Elizabeth List (Chair), Sarah Marion

Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Bachelor of Arts, Cultural Anthropology
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice
Psychology Education