Gerber, Room 112
Gerber, Room 115
Dr. Ahmet Can; Dr. Ross Flom; Dr. Jeffrey Howard; Dr. Karyl Meister; Dr. Antony White
The psychology program at Northern State University emphasizes an applied approach to the field of psychology. Psychology majors will (1) be exposed to scientific theory and areas of psychological research closely integrated with practical applications; (2) be prepared for various entry level human service positions; (3) become knowledgeable about their own behavior and the behaviors of those around them; and (4) expand their knowledge of and insight into the discipline-allowing them to explore career opportunities in the field of psychology.
Entering first year students are encouraged to take the Psychology Section of IDL 190. This course provides an orientation to the Psychology program and NSU Services. It is taught by a Psychology professor.
Social or human services
Residential care for children and adults (Specialties: mentally retarded, drug rehabilitation, halfway houses, youth shelters, treatment facilities, and abuse shelters)
Youth service workers
Youth corrections officer
Human resources (employee welfare officer, employment specialist, grievance officer, industrial relations, interviewer, job analyst, recruiter, and trainer).
Graduate or professional school