Majoring in Psychology at Dominican, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, is an exciting and meaningful life experience. Over the course of four years (or two if you are a transfer student) you will learn the foundations of psychological science; involve yourself in the discipline by working within the field; design and carry out your own research; and attend national or regional professional conferences.

Psychology Core Faculty Group

Psychology Requirements   |  Psychology Course Descriptions   |   GE Requirements    

You will be exposed to dynamic faculty, who are dedicated to teaching and interacting with students and give 100% to supporting student’s academic goals. The full-time faculty love to have fun and are a close knit team of professionals who all work in the field – doing research and/or clinical work. They are joined by a core group of adjunct faculty who bring special expertise to course offerings. This camaraderie sets the stage for a warm and inviting atmosphere in which to learn all you can about the stimulating and ever changing field of psychology.


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Undergraduate Majors


Cognitive and Experimental Science (Minor) 

Clinical and Counseling Science (Minor)

Adult Degree Completion Majors 

Bachelor's degrees for working adults