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Bushnell University is now at Umpqua Community College!
Bushnell University and Umpqua Community College have collaborated to create a streamlined pathway for UCC students to pursue a bachelor of science in psychology—without leaving Roseburg.
How it Works
Upon completing their AAOT at Umpqua Community College, students can pursue a bachelor of science degree in psychology. Bushnell faculty teach live, in-person evening courses at the UCC campus, providing students the same high-quality instruction they’d get attending classes at Bushnell. The first of its kind for Douglas County, this partnership gives students the benefits of live classroom participation to finish their degree without the commute to another campus. Hybrid learning modalities, with some courses live and some online, will also be available.
Benefits and Graduate Outcomes
The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology prepares students for careers in mental health, counseling, community, and social services. With current staffing shortages in the medical field and increased demand for mental health services, UCC students have the opportunity to meet needs in their community immediately upon graduating.
Students in the program can participate in research practicums, internships, and a senior capstone project in their local community, giving them valuable experience to prepare them for the next stage in their education or career.
Planning Your Degree Pathway
There are important steps interested students should take to pursue the B.S. in psychology on the UCC campus:
- Contact your UCC academic advisor and pursue an associate of arts Oregon transfer (AAOT) degree. Not a UCC student yet? Visit umpqua.edu to learn more and apply.
- Connect with a Bushnell transfer advisor to ensure correct course sequencing and get answers to any questions.
|PSY 320: Developmental Psychology||PSY 411: Cross-Cultural Psychology|
|PSY 315: Forensic Psychology||PSY 414: Psychology of Human Sexuality|
|PSY 330: Psychology of Learning||PSY 420: Neurodiverse Psychology|
|PSY 340: Social Psychology||PSY 430: Psychology of Addiction|
|PSY 350: Research Methods||PSY 440: Psychology of Religion|
|PSY 370: Cognition||PSY 450: Psychometrics|
|PSY 380: Theories of Personality||PSY 465: Introduction to Counseling|
|PSY 390: Biological Psychology||PSY 475: Psychology of Trauma|
|PSY 407: Special Topics||PSY 499: Senior Capstone|
Potential careers with a bachelor’s degree in psychology include:
- Social and human service assistant
- Correctional treatment specialist
- Childcare worker
- Gerontology aide
- Parole and probation officer
- Research assistant
The B.S. in psychology is also an excellent foundation for advanced degree programs in fields such as counseling, social work, clinical psychology, and more. For information about graduate degrees offered at Bushnell, visit our graduate programs page.