The Psychology Department offers an atmosphere of stimulating scholarly inquiry within a supportive Christian environment. As a psychology major, you will be encouraged to develop and strengthen your personal system of Christian values. We will help you relate the scientific study of behavior and mental processes to the truth found in Christ.
At Huntington, you will develop an appreciation for the complexity of human behavior. We will foster your critical thinking skills, and prepare you for graduate study or entry-level employment in a psychology-related field.
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Huntington University offers a Master's in Counseling program in Huntington and Fort Wayne. Students study under skilled faculty and gain real-world experiences at our LifeSpring Counseling Center.
Thirty-six Huntington University students presented research from their research methods classes at the Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference on April 8 in Indianapolis. The HU students also attended multiple presentations from students who represented universities from across Indiana. Huntington University students have presented at the conference for the last 10 years.
“This was a great opportunity for students to contribute to the body of knowledge within the field of…
For Megan Muldoon, working towards a master’s degree includes not only attending classes and writing papers, but counseling students as part of an internship. Muldoon is a native of Mendon, Michigan, but now lives in Winona Lake, Indiana, with her husband. She anticipates graduating in 2011 with her masters in counseling. On campus, she works on her skills as a clinician through…
Nancy came to HU in 2013 after serving as a nursing educator at Parkview Huntington Hospital. She graduated in biology from Huntington College in 1992. After working at Ecolab, she entered the nursing field, serving as an RN at Parkview Huntington before becoming a nurse educator there in 2009.