Our flexible 36-hour program provides advanced theological education that enhances many vocations. Study with us online and in class, now conveniently located in downtown Knoxville at First Baptist Church. Carson-Newman faculty offer a rich and synergistic learning experience with international seminars offered annually.
The Psychology major is designed for students interested in a broad-based, liberal arts education with a comprehensive introduction to the field of psychology. It is highly recommended that students preparing for graduate study in psychology, theology, law, medicine, or other profession take an additional emphasis, minor, or major in one or more areas of the liberal arts: biology, math, computer science, English, philosophy, foreign language, political science, history, sociology, cross cultural sociology, art, music, environment & community studies, creative writing, film study, women's studies, international education & missions, Latin American studies, Appalachian studies, photography, management, or economics. Students with intentions of going to medical school should register early with the Health Professions Program.
The study of biology at Carson-Newman prepares the student for a wide variety of career options upon completion of the program. A diverse group of faculty offer over 37 different courses in all areas of biology. In addition to traditional courses, the Biology Department offers unique opportunities for individual studies through externships, independent projects, and teaching assistantships. Following graduation, alumni enter a variety of vocational fields, including health professions, education, research, and industry.