Dr. Mark Cosgrove, Professor of Psychology, discusses what it means to have a distinct approach to integrating Christianity and Psychology at Taylor.
Integrating psychology and Christianity
Taylor University’s Psychology Department provides true integration of Psychology and Christianity through faculty dedicated to their students and their Savior. Housed in Ayres Alumni Memorial Hall, our psychology department offers diverse course work and hands-on education here and abroad.
We will prepare you for wherever God calls you, whether it’s working in a hospital or prison, with AIDS victims in Dublin, Ireland, or as pre-med major planning for graduate school.
Our alumni have worked in market research, sports psychology, educational psychology, higher education, computer science and even forensics. Around 75% of our graduates have gone on to graduate school to work to fight sex trafficking or as counselors with children, juvenile delinquents, the handicapped, or abused.
Take the next step
Dr. Scott Moeschberger, Associate Professor in Psychology and the associate dean of the honors college, shares how he comes alive when he takes students to South Africa in order for them to understand and apply their knowledge to a real world project.
Students in Taylor University’s living learning community, The Village Tree Experience, wrestle with the struggles of orphans and vulnerable children and what it means to be in true community.