Methodist University Psychology students

Cognitive Behavioral Neuropsychology

Degree Type:
Minor
Mode of Study:
On Campus

The Cognitive Behavioral Neuropsychology program at Methodist University focuses on the thought processes of humans. Students will be able to study terminology, decision-making, reasoning, judgement and much more.

Common Career Paths

Some of the top jobs for those with a Cognitive Behavioral Neuropsychology educational background include neuroscientist, neuroscience researcher, neurologist, psychiatric nurse, clinical psychologist, and so much more.

Common Salary Ranges for Graduates

As mentioned above, there’s a long list of career opportunities for those with a Cognitive Behavioral Neuropsychology educational background. But, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the average annual salary for the following positions (which may require additional education) in North Carolina in 2021:

  • Clinical and counseling psychologist: $94,480
  • Psychiatrist: $224,080
  • Psychiatric technician: $34,160

Average Tuition Cost

The average cost for an incoming residential freshman to attend MU is less than $18,000 – similar to the cost of attending one of the big-box public schools, but with the enhanced value of a highly-regarded private school with a 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio.

While tuition varies, depending on a student’s financial aid package, it’s important to know that the average financial award for an incoming residential freshman at MU is more than $34,000.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

More than 97% of MU students receive some form of financial aid, with the University offering more than $24 million annually to students for scholarships. If a student is active military, family of active military, or a veteran, they may also qualify for MU’s military education benefits.

Interested in Methodist University’s Cognitive Behavioral Neuropsychology minor?

If you have questions, reach out to Dr. Mark Kline using the contact info at the bottom of the page. If you’re ready to apply today, visit the link below!

Frequently Asked Question

The Cognitive Behavioral Neuropsychology program at Methodist University focuses on the though processes of humans. Students will be able to study terminology, decision-making, reasoning, judgement and much more.

Minor Requirements

The minor in Cognitive Behavioral Psychology consists of 21-23 credits, distributed as follows:

PSY 1010 General Psychology (3) PSY 3820 Cognitive Neuroscience (3) or PSY 3850 Special Topics in Psychology (3)
PSY 3400 Physiological Psychology (3) BIO 2110 Survey of Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4) or PSY 3360 Health Psychology (3) or PSY 3410 Abnormal Psychology (3)
PSY 3700 Perceptions (3) SCI 1420 Biological Science (3) or BIO 1530/1531 Fundamentals of Biology I with Lab (4)
PSY 3950 Memory and Cognition (3)  

Contact

Mark Kline, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean for MU Online; Interim Head, Communication, Composition & Rhetoric Division; Professor of Psychology
Dr. Mark Kline