The intent of the psychology program is to provide a comprehensive plan of study that will introduce students to many subfields of psychology and prepare them for careers in a number of human services careers as well as graduate and professional programs. Graduate degrees are required to pursue licensure as a psychologist, counselor, or social worker. Waldorf University psychology majors should be prepared to enter these degree programs upon graduation. Through graduate studies, students may choose to specialize in areas including clinical, experimental, developmental, social, cognitive, human factors, sports, industrial/organizational, health, and forensics.
Fire Science Concentration
Waldorf’s Fire Science concentration focuses on human aspects of fire science, such as fire dynamics and fire-related human behavior. With this foundation, learners explore how to influence human thought and behavior through strategies related to community risk reduction and fire prevention or protection.
Estimated time of completion of this program is 4 years for full-time students.
This program is available online only.
B.A./B.S. Degree Requirements
- Completion of the core curriculum and the curriculum for the major, totaling 120 credits
- A grade of C or higher in all coursework in the major and, if applicable, in the concentration(s)
- 2.00 cumulative grade point average for work completed at Waldorf
- Minimum of 36 upper-division credit hours
Review the complete list of core requirements for this program.
|Courses Required for Major||30|
|Remaining Professional Electives||3|
|FSC||3110||Community Risk Reduction for the Fire and Emergency Management Services||3|
|FSC||3610||Fire Related Human Behavior||3|
|Choose one from the following:|
|FSC||2010||Introduction to Fire Protection Strategies||3|
|FSC||3601||Fire Prevention Organization and Management||3|
|Total Concentration Credit Hours:||12|
If you have a significant amount of completed post secondary coursework or specialized training that you would like to transfer, consider the BAS Psychology - Fire Science program.