Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology offers a diverse curriculum that provides a broad-based education in many facets of behavior, mental processes, communication, research, and writing. Courses include forensics, sports, and positive psychology, as well as the traditional courses needed to prepare students for graduate studies. Student learning objectives include the application of the scientific method and the ethical treatment of human and animal research subjects.
Skills you will develop
- Expertise in human behavior and helping people personally and professionally.
- Having a positive influence and developing people in their work and their lives.
- Being a facilitator of change and self-motivation in others.
- Master abstract reasoning, flexibility, creativity, judgment, and logical problem-solving.
- Having an open-minded approach to handle people’s situations with critical thinking.
Mr. Ivan Ruiz
M.A., Clinical psychology with emphasis in psychoanalitical psychology, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (UANL), Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
B.A., Psychology, Universidad Centroamericana (UCA)
Mr. Ruiz joined Keiser University-Latin American Campus in 2017 and has been teaching different courses such as Clinical psychology, Constructs of interpersonal Conflict, Health psychology, Introduction to psychology, Human exceptionality and Death and Dying among others. He also has experience teaching in universities such as Universidad Autonoma de Nicaragua (UNAN) and Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) among others.
He also teaches in Associates (AA), Integrated Marketing and Communication (IMC), and Business Administration in Spanish (BABAS) Programs in Managua and San Marcos.
The Latin American Campus of Keiser University has a roster of qualified faculty with PH.D and Master degree from prestigious universities in the U.S. and Europe who in addition to being student-centered, have extensive teaching experience.