Chairperson: Kim Kelso, Ph.D.
Email: kakelso AT adams DOT edu
Telephone: (719) 587-7783    
Website: http://www.adams.edu/academics/psych/   
Professor(s): Leslie Cramblet Alvarez, Ph.D.; Robert M. Demski, Ph.D.; Kim Kelso, Ph.D.   
Assoc. Professor(s): Jeffrey Elison, Ph.D.   
Asst. Professor(s): Robert Kirk, Ph.D. (ABD); R. Nathan Pipitone, Ph.D.   
Instructors: N/A   
   

The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in psychology functions as a pre-professional program for graduate study or preparation for a career in mental health, personnel work, education, business, and other occupations requiring a person to understand and interact with human behavior. A minor in psychology is also available.

 



Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Optional emphases:

  • Developmental Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology

Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Arts in Sport Psychology

The Bachelor of Arts degree with an interdisciplinary major in sport psychology functions as a pre-professional program for graduate study in sport psychology, in sport and exercise physiology, and/or in counseling.


Degree Requirements
Minor in Psychology
A minor in psychology is a great complement for many majors, especially in fields like nursing and business where today's employers are putting more and more emphasis on interpersonal skills. The minor will provide a broad overview of several important areas in psychology, all of which will help students appreciate why people behave in certain ways.
Minor in Sport Psychology
A minor in sport psychology consists of the following: