Christian Colleges with Psychology Programs

Students can pursue psychology undergraduate and graduate degrees at Christian colleges across the country. Find out more about a few of these schools and their programs, as well as their tuition rates and student population sizes.

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There is no shortage of Christian colleges and universities offering undergraduate psychology degrees as well as graduate programs in areas like clinical and school psychology. These schools range in size, spiritual growth opportunities and other unique characteristics. Explore a handful of the Christian schools with psychology programs.

School Comparison

Compare and contrast a few of the Christian schools with psychology programs and their undergraduate tuition rates in the table below. You can also check out their denominations.

School Name Institution Type Denomination Location Tuition (2017-2018)*
Andrews University 4-year, private not-for-profit Seventh Day Adventist Berrien Springs, MI $28,436
Union University 4-year, private not-for-profit Southern Baptist Jackson, TN $31,510
Warner Pacific College 4-year, private not-for-profit Church of God Portland, OR $24,500
Roberts Wesleyan College 4-year, private not-for-profit Free Methodist Rochester, NY $30,686
University of Tulsa 4-year, private not-for-profit Presbyterian Church (USA) Tulsa, OK $41,509

Source: *National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

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Description of Christian Colleges with Psychology Programs

Students wishing to study psychology at a Christian college may want to consider what degree programs and learning experiences are offered in the field. Students should also investigate how these schools aim to help students grow spiritually. Here we examine some of the Christian colleges and their psychology programs in more detail.

Andrews University

Andrews University in Michigan had a little over 1,700 undergraduate students in 2017, per the NCES. The university offers a general undergraduate psychology program, a pre-professional program, a behavioral neuroscience program and several graduate degree programs in educational psychology, school psychology and counseling psychology. At the undergraduate level students have the opportunity to build their research portfolio and pursue an emphasis in anthropology and archaeology that offers an international study tour and summer courses for field experience. Students on campus can grow spiritually through chapel and worship services, Bible studies, community service, mission trips, spiritual plays and Grow Groups.

Union University

Union University in Tennessee offers an undergraduate major in psychology that boasts small class sizes and individual attention from professors. Students in the program gain experience with applied research, are able to give research presentations and can participate in practicums for hands-on experience in the field. Students can invest in their spiritual lives through chapel services, Life Groups, Men's or Women's Cooperatives and a wide range of local, national and global service opportunities. As of 2017, the university had around 2,180 undergraduate students, according to the NCES.

Warner Pacific College

To help students deepen their faith, Warner Pacific College in Oregon requires students to attend 15 chapel services a semester and participate in service opportunities, but students may also grow spiritually through small groups and student leadership opportunities. According to the NCES, the college had 400 undergraduates in 2017. Students can pursue a major in psychology that aims to further develop their oral and written communication skills, research skills and critical-thinking skills. Students take courses in abnormal psychology, psychology of religion, psychological testing and developmental psychology.

Roberts Wesleyan College

New York's Roberts Wesleyan College had around 1,320 undergraduate students in 2017, per the NCES. The college has a traditional bachelor's degree program in psychology (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science), an accelerated 3-year program, a master's in school psychology, master's in school counseling and a doctoral program in clinical/school psychology. Students in the undergraduate program can participate in internship and field work opportunities to gain hands-on experience at a variety of local and regional organizations, including hospitals, schools and children's centers. Spiritual life on campus includes weekly chapel services, mission opportunities, service opportunities and spiritual discussion events that students can attend to earn required spiritual life credits.

University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa in Oklahoma provides students with a traditional undergraduate major in psychology (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science) as well as master's and doctoral degree programs in clinical psychology and industrial-organizational psychology. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to participate in research and may choose to participate in Psi Chi (psychology club) for unique networking and research opportunities. For their spiritual lives, students can attend chapel services and participate in spiritual organizations, like Fellowship of Christian Athletes, International Student Ministries and PUSH (Pray Until Something Happens) Bible Study. In 2017, the NCES reported that the university had about 3,340 undergraduates.

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