Bachelor of Science in Psychology
The Bachelor of Science program is designed for the student who wishes to combine the psychology major with a strong subconcentration in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or physics. Optimal preparation for the B.S. program includes four years of high school mathematics and at least one course in the natural sciences. A bachelor of science in psychology is excellent preparation for careers or graduate studies in animal behavior, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, health psychology, medicine, neuropsychology, perception, psychiatry, or veterinary medicine.
For a comparison between the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, please see our Comparison of the BA and BS degrees (pdf).