Join the Psi Chi/ Psychology Club
Expand your knowledge of psychology and get to know your fellow students and faculty when you join the Psychology Club. Find out about meeting times and upcoming events.Learn More
Take a scientific approach to studying the complexity and variety of human behavior and development, and gain research skills you can use throughout your career.
Undergraduate and graduate programs in psychology give you solid knowledge in the discipline and help you develop clear thinking and effective communication skills. You will better understand the relationship between theories, concepts and problem-oriented strategies and how to apply your knowledge in a variety of cultural contexts. In addition, you will explore quantitative techniques and research methodology, as well as critical, timely topics and emerging issues in psychology.
Your course work enhances your life and prepares you to serve societal needs in a variety of applied fields. Continue your education, acquire training in special education and general education or apply your new skills in clinical services or a host of careers in business, medicine, law and more. Throughout your program, our faculty is committed to your effective instruction, personal and professional growth, and involvement in research and community service.
Gain in-depth knowledge of research in psychology through advanced classes in research methods and data analysis. Undergraduate students can apply to complete an honors thesis under the supervision of a professor in the department. Graduate students have opportunities to work with faculty on research specific to their areas of interest.
The department’s facilities include state-of-the-art laboratories as well as teaching, statistical and clinical areas. Facilities also include a computer lab for instruction on statistical software packages, and separate research labs for cognitive, biological, developmental, general, and social psychology.
Get assistance in financing your education. Apply for scholarships created especially for psychology students.
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