From broad exposure to basic psychology to an in-depth understanding of the methods used to conduct psychological research, you will broaden your knowledge of the field and its application to everyday life.
A psychology major is an asset — whether your career goal is to become a clinical psychologist, counselor, social worker, or consultant; to conduct behavioral research; to become a college professor; or to enter professions such as business, law or medicine. Your expanded knowledge of human thought, emotion, and behavior is relevant to any career.
Develop the intellectual skills to help you generate and evaluate knowledge in many areas by learning and applying psychology research methodologies. Gain experience in the field and earn credit through an internship placement that pairs you with a working professional in the field. View degree requirements and course descriptions for the major in the Undergraduate Catalog.
The department offers options related to the undergraduate major in psychology.
The honors program in psychology gives you the opportunity to take advanced classes in research methods and data analysis over three semesters, as well as complete an honors thesis under the supervision of a professor in the department. View the Honors Page for more information. Click here to download an application.
The clinical psychology area of focus gives you valuable hands-on clinical experience through small, specialized classes and internship experiences. View the Clinical page for more information. Click here to download an application.
The experimental psychology accelerated bachelor's to masters program allows you to complete up to 9 credits of graduate corses and apply them to your undergraduate degree. This allows you to get a head start on a master's degree and challenge yourself with more advanced courses. Click here for more information.