The field of psychology has spent over 100 years conducting scientific research to better understand human behavior and mental processes, and a good deal of what it has learned will be imparted to you as a psychology major. Your exposure to scientific psychology increases your understanding of yourself, your community, and your culture.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a traditional liberal education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Detailed information about our undergraduate degree, the plan of study, and academic advising
Student organizations and faculty-student research opportunities.
Detailed information regarding the MAT procedure (e.g., preparation, registration/reservation, payment, & parking).
Detailed information regarding our graduate program including the application process, career track options, FAQs, and the graduate handbook.
The Psychology Department is very proud of our alumni. As such, the department highlights those alumni that keep in touch. Career opportunities that are passed on to the department will also be highlighted here as they become available.
The contact information for our faculty and staff can be found here. Please contact us for more information about our department.