Psychology (B.A.)

  • Adult/Evening Undergraduate, Major, Minor
  • 4-year, On Campus

Career Opportunities

Our graduates have utilized the program to their full advantage, and find themselves working for noteworthy employers such as:

  • National Institutes of Health
  • Federal Prison System
  • United States Air Force
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

A degree in psychology can also take you places other than a therapist’s office. Our students have explored careers in:

  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Labor
  • Personnel and training
  • Business

David J. Falcone, Ph.D.

David J. Falcone, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychology. He studied at the University of Dayton before moving on to Western Illinois University where he received a master’s degree in psychology. Subsequently, he attended the University of Kentucky to attain a doctoral degree in psychology. His major areas of interest in research and teaching have changed over the years, and have included questions in developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, and personality. After almost 40 years of teaching at La Salle, he now thinks of himself as a generalist, and reads and studies in a variety of areas with the aim of bringing a deeper story to his classroom. His personal life includes volunteer work and performances as an acoustic-fingerstyle guitarist and vocalist in the Philadelphia area.

Peter J. Dougherty, '71

The honor will be given during the Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 11.

La Salle University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation is adding four varsity sports—women’s rugby, women’s acrobatics and tumbling, and women’s triathlon, and will reinstate baseball — for the 2025-26 school year, President Daniel J. Allen, Ph.D., and Vice President of Athletics & Recreation and Director of Athletics Ashwin Puri announced April 17.

Image of a group of students posing with a Thank you sign.

Explorers from around the world came together to support La Salle University with gifts to enhance the student experience.