During the Psychology program of The New School students seek to understand these topics and use these insights to implement positive change, to help people live happier, more fulfilled, and meaningful lives.
Psychology examines what is innate to each of us, but also what is shaped by our upbringing and cultural environment. Psychologists study the person as an individual but also examine how we act in groups. Psychology is concerned with what all humans have in common, but also how each of us differs from each other in our beliefs, personalities, and pathologies.
As a Psychology student at Lang, you not only gain a familiarity with the various subfields that explore these questions but will also have the opportunity to participate in origernal research being conducted at the New School. And you explore psychology from diverse perspectives, with instruction in cognitive, social, developmental, and clinical psychology.
Psychology students gain data analysis and critical thinking skills that equip them for graduate study in psychology and other related fields, including education, law, social work, and management. An undergraduate degree in psychology also prepares you to work in human services, management, human resources, research, and community relations.
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