Category: Social Sciences
Social Sciences, Student Success, Student Life
10 Reasons to Get Your BSW at Huntington University
Huntington University’s mission is to honor Christ in scholarship and service. If you earn your bachelor’s degree in social work, you will be completing that mission by advocating for hurting people with compassion and love. Here are the top ten reasons why you should earn your Bachelor of Social Work degree at HU.
Career Opportunities, Faculty Research, Majors/Programs, Psychology & Counseling, Social Sciences
Two Simple Tips for Studying Smarter
Ever felt frustrated after an exam because you feel like you did poorly even though you studied so hard? It is not an uncommon feeling. What you (and even your teachers!) might not realize is that studying harder does not always increase your learning as much as you think it might. This is a place where psychology can be a game-changer!
Faculty Research, Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs, Psychology & Counseling, Social Sciences
A Tip From the Psychology Department: Don’t Believe Everything You Read
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions. At Huntington University, we like to push beyond given information and challenge our minds to think about other options. In doing this, we develop our minds to think critically. This brain function is used often in the Department of Psychology. Need an example that you can’t believe every headline you read?
Majors/Programs, Psychology & Counseling, Social Sciences
Unlocking Your Friends & Family
Applying psychological insights to these questions can help students seeking a Christian psychology degree, or even those who take psych classes because they are interested in the subject matter, in their relationships with family and friends — and help them understand themselves better.
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Psychology & Counseling, Social Sciences
6 Careers to Consider If You’re Interested in the Social Sciences
Majoring in Criminal Justice and Sociology provides a liberal arts education to students who wish to pursue a vocation in public service or in some part of the criminal justice system or related organizations while psychology offers an understanding of a wide variety of human behaviors and an appreciation of the concepts and methodology employed in the study of psychology.