Biopsychology B.S.


Biopsychology Major in Pennsylvania

Following the biopsychology bachelor's of science (B.S.) degree program at Messiah University, one of the top private Christian universities in the U.S., opens doors to a variety of careers. These include medicine, clinical psychology, cognitive neuroscience, psychopharmacology, neuropsychology, behavioral genetics, experimental psychology, evolutionary psychology, comparative psychology and more.

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Collaborative learning

This hybrid major bridges the gap between the Departments of Biological Sciences and Psychology, Criminal Justice and Sociology and offers a biopsychology degree with two science tracks: one with majors-level biology courses for those who plan to attend medical or graduate school (Bioscience), and the other for professions in occupational therapy, neuropsychology or healthcare-related fields (Allied Health). 

Professional-grade equipment 

As a student at Messiah University, a top Christian university in Pennsylvania, you'll be afforded comprehensive research opportunities using state-of-the-art equipment and learning techniques. We're equipped with interview rooms and group observation areas that have recording capabilities; we have EKG, EEG, EOG, EMG equipment; and you can even work with a cadaver lab, real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) instruments, environmental growth chambers, tissue culture hoods and incubators, and phase contrast and fluorescence microscopes.