Dr. Tom Copeland
Dr. Tom Copeland, professor of psychology and
director of the HSU Honors Program, holds a B.S. in psychology from Texas
A&M University, an M.A. in religious education from Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary, and an Ed.D. in educational psychology with a minor in
higher education administration from Texas Tech University.
Copeland is a native west Texan, having grown up in
Levelland, and has been on faculty at Hardin-Simmons since 1994. Prior to
coming to HSU, he was the dean of students at Wayland Baptist University in
His teaching and research interests include human sexuality,
the integration of psychology and theology, and the history and philosophy of
Copeland is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and
Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor.
- Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Texas A&M University, 1981
- Master of Arts, Religious Education, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1984
- Doctor of Education, Educational Psychology, Texas Tech University, 1994