The Social and Behavioral Sciences department seeks to equip students with the knowledge and skills for a lifetime of learning and service in the fields of social science.
Psychology students learn to think critically and apply psychological concepts in a decidedly Christian manner that fosters empathy, facilitates healthy relationships, as well as disseminates culturally relevant research in the professional field of their choice.
Program design, projected outcomes, and course curriculum content are aligned with the guidelines set forth by Tabor College and the American Psychological Association.
American Psychological Association. (2013). APA guidelines for the undergraduate psychology major: Version 2.0. Retrieved from apa.org
Tabor College. (2014). Tabor college academic catalog 2014-2015, 67. Hillsboro, KS: Tabor College. Retrieved from the Academic Catalog.
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Criminal Justice Program Development
MA, Professional Counseling, Liberty University
BS, Psychology, Bluefield College
AS, Mathematics, Butler County Community College
Assistant Professor of Psychology
DHSc, Nova Southeastern University (in progress)
MS, Clinical Community Counseling, The Johns Hopkins University
BS, Psychology, Valdosta State University