Biblical — You won’t have to sacrifice biblical truth while you’re studying psychology at Cedarville. When psychological material seems to conflict with a Christian worldview, your professors will go directly to Scripture to see what God has said about the subject. You will be encouraged to discuss these issues among professors and fellow students, always using God’s Word as the source of all truth.
Customizable — You’ll choose from six specialized tracks to customize your degree to fit your unique interests and career goals.
Relational — You will develop working and mentoring relationships in a close-knit community. Faculty and staff will take time to build relationships with you and invest in your life as a mentor and adviser. Upperclassmen will come alongside you as you enter the program to provide encouragement, support, and mentoring.
Research oppportunities — You will have opportunity to conduct and present research. The psychology faculty will work closely with you to identify your areas of interest and guide you through the research process based on your individual interest.
Rigorous — Your professors will challenge you with rigorous coursework that is presented in a way that is both engaging and relevant. Our students enjoy the learning process as they receive a first-rate education.
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