Psychology involves the scientific study of individual behavior and mental processes. The psychology Bachelor of Arts degree is a generalist program emphasizing the breadth of psychology. Completion of this degree program provides education for students who wish to pursue graduate study in the subfields of psychology (e.g., counseling, child development, or educational psychology). Students are also prepared for entry-level occupations in human services including therapeutic, industrial, educational, or governmental positions. Unique aspects of the psychology degree program include a one-semester practicum in a community agency and a capstone senior seminar in which students produce original research. In order to graduate with this degree, a student must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required for the major.