Degrees & Programs
Jefferson College of Humanities and Sciences offers degrees in Biopsychology, Communication, Law and Society, and Psychology, as well as delivering Jefferson's innovative general education program to students in majors across the University.
Students will study psychology in the context of the biochemical sciences in preparation for exciting employment and advanced study opportunities.
Learn the key communication skills of storytelling, critical thinking and technical production that will allow you to tell your own stories and the stories of others within the current media marketplace.
Build critical thinking and argumentation skills as you learn how philosophy, ethics, history, politics, economics, culture and science shape the role of law in human societies.
Take a broad range of psychology courses coupled with research, internships, and study-abroad experiences to thoroughly prepare for exciting employment and graduate study opportunities.