St. Gregory’s Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences approaches the study of psychology, sociology, political science, criminal justice and communications in the context of the whole person, with the goal of empowering our students to make a difference wherever they live and work.
Each student works closely with his or her professors to create a degree plan that is specifically tailored to the individual’s interests and goals. We also emphasize internships, which give students the opportunity to work in their chosen fields and receive invaluable real-world experience.
Future professionals can learn in community health centers and social service agencies, as well as state and national government offices, often providing valuable networking resources and employment opportunities upon graduation.
Explore our Social and Behavioral Sciences degree programs
- Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Social Science with a Major in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Science in Social Science with a Major in Psychology
- Bachelor of Science in Social Science with a Major in Psychology (Adult Degree)
- Master of Arts in Professional Counseling
- Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
- Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling
Kenneth Brown, Associate Professor (405) 878-5174
Ron Faulk, PhD – Associate Professor (405) 878-5407
Melody Harrington, M.Ed, LPC – Associate Professor (405) 878-5310
Vickie Jean, PhD – Assistant Professor, Department Chair (405) 878-5181
James W. Keithley, PhD – Assistant Professor (405) 878-5182
Richard McDowell, PhD – Professor/Provost (405) 878-5300
Rev. Joachim Spexarth, O.S.B. – Instructor (405) 878-5466
Madeline Rugh, PhD – Assistant Professor (405) 878-5162
Diane Verrill, PhD – Assistant Professor (405) 878-5229