iCLA’s New Psychology Major

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iCLA’s New Psychology Major will launch in Spring 2024

iCLA is proud to be launching Psychology as a stand-alone major from April 2024. Our Psychology major will equip our students with a thorough understanding of how technology influences human behavior across various psychological disciplines. Our interdisciplinary approach equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in a diverse range of professional settings.

To ensure our students stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in technology, we integrate hands-on learning experiences and practical applications into the curriculum. By engaging with a variety of tools such as social media platforms, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and other emerging technologies, students gain practical skills and develop a deeper understanding of how technology can be harnessed to improve psychological research and practice in areas such as consumer behavior, organizational management, and economic decision-making.

Why Study Psychology?

Psychology is the scientific study of the brain, mind, and behavior, covering a wide range of subfields such as abnormal and clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and social psychology. Studying psychology offers numerous benefits and opens up diverse career opportunities in fields such as health, education, human resources, social work, marketing, sales and academia.

The psychology major is designed for students interested in learning the theory and application of human behavior, providing them with a deep understanding of the complexities of human behavior and preparing them for a wide range of careers and further education opportunities.

Professor Terence Fong teaching Psychology

Psychology at the International College of Liberal Arts

Dr Terence Fong, Psychology Professor at iCLA

“Our Psychology major will sharpens minds for versatility. We aim to shape future psychologists, primed to forge diverse paths with cutting-edge tools and insights.”

Dr. Chun Yuen Terence Fong, Psychology Professor at iCLA