Few college programs prepare you for so many different career opportunities as a major in Psychology. Lycoming graduates are working as teachers, psychologists, psychotherapists, researchers, guidance counselors, drug and alcohol counselors, social workers, youth program directors and ministers. The strength of Lycoming’s Psychology program is the breadth of course work offered. Students are trained in both theoretical and applied psychology. In addition, Lycoming is one of only 5% of colleges nationwide which offers a lab section with the Introductory Psychology class, allowing students to begin their research experience as early as possible.