College of Science, Technology, and Health

St. Charles, Mo. / St. Louis, Mo.
Psychology (BA)

St. Charles, Mo. / St. Louis, Mo.
Psychology (BA)

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Bachelor of Arts (BA) offered in On-campus formats.

St. Charles / St. Louis
Psychology (BA)

Join the psychology degree program at Lindenwood University in St. Louis (St. Charles), MO, where you can surround yourself with award winning professors, thriving student organizations, and a flexible curriculum that will allow you to pursue your passion for making the world a better place!

Our Mission

This St. Louis Psychology degree program strives to be a top-tier undergraduate program in the discipline of psychology, preparing students for meaningful employment and post-graduate studies in a wide range of fields by offering relevant high impact, real-world experiences through research, practicum, service learning, and study abroad opportunities.

Graduate Characteristics

Our majors acquire knowledge of and skills in problem-solving, oral and written communication, interpersonal understanding, teamwork, ethical behavior, analytical thinking, and diversity-mindedness. Our curriculum aligns with both the Lindenwood University mission and the APA Guidelines for Undergraduate Education. The Psychology degree at Lindenwood produces graduates who will play a leading role in serving the world with compassion, understanding, and competence.

Flexible Curriculum

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology degree program consists of 42 credit hours of coursework, which affords students the opportunity to add a second major or a minor if they wish.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We are committed to fostering a communal learning environment where diverse perspectives are valued, respected, and viewed as a source of strength. Our program is committed to providing an inclusive and representative curriculum as well as a continued critical reflection of our practices, regarding but not limited to race, gender, sexuality, ability, culture, socio-economic status, generational status, or age.