The undergraduate major in psychology can culminate in either a B.A. or a B.S. degree. Both degree programs provide broad training in the scientific foundations of modern psychology, and include a wide range of elective courses and opportunities for involvement in research and internships. The B.A. program allows students to develop an understanding of psychology that is broadly compatible with a wide-range of postgraduate occupations and graduate programs, while the scientific-intense B.S. program prepares students for graduate study, and, eventually, professional careers in psychology or closely related science fields.