In cooperation with the Speech-Language Pathology program at Louisiana State University Health Shreveport, Centenary College of Louisiana’s Psychology program offers a 3-2 degree option. Students in this program complete a set of pre-specified courses focused on liberal arts and psychology, must apply to and be accepted by the LSU Health Shreveport program, and complete two years of coursework and clinical work at LSU Health Shreveport. At the completion of the LSU Health Shreveport program, students receive a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Centenary and a Master of Communication Disorders degree from Louisiana State University Health Shreveport.

A minimum of 36 credit hours must be earned in no fewer than five semesters at LSUHS. Should the student not complete the Masters of Communications Disorders program at LSU Health Shreveport, he or she may complete the B.A. degree in Psychology from Centenary College of Louisiana as long as all the standard graduation requirements are met. For details about this program, students should contact the Psychology Department Chair.