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Psychology is ever present in today's society from marketing and business to criminology. According to the Kenya Psychological Association, psychology is used to help predict future behaviors, and explain behaviors using theories.

Through psychology behaviors can be influenced positively. The psychology major at Rosemont provides students with a selection of courses that constitute a comprehensive view of the current field of psychology.

Courses are designed to allow students to apply psychology in methods in the service of describing, understanding, and predicting mental processes, and human behavior.

Students are offered courses that are theoretical and provide students with the preparation for a full range of careers in the psychology related field and post-graduate study.

Academic Opportunties

  • Counseling and Clinically-Oriented Undergraduate Program
  • Dual Degree B.A./M.A. in Counseling: Choose from Clinical Mental Health Counseling or School Counseling.
  • Diverse Courses: Media Psychology, which examines effects of video games
  • Small, Supportive Departmental Climate: Small class sizes allow active discussions and one-on-one time with faculty.
  • Employment Preparation: In health and school-related fields.

Experiential Learning

  • Montgomery County Women's Center
  • Wanna Play Program
  • Odyssey Hospice
  • KenCrest
  • Bryn Mawr Hospital


Steve Alessandri, PhD

Psychology, Associate Professor
610-527-0200 x2320