What You’ll Learn
Psychology is just plain fascinating. Do you want to understand how people get to be the way they are? Do you want to know how to help them change? Then study psychology and learn how nature and nurture work together to influence behavior.
Work closely with faculty on research projects. Participate in applied internships in community agencies. Study cultural influences on behavior through international education. You’ll gain a variety of experience as a psychology major.
Gain an understanding of the physiological, emotional, social, and behavioral processes that make us who we are from cradle to grave. Dive into subjects like abnormal psychology, child development, brain science, and more.Curriculum & Learning Outcomes
We recommend submitting first-year applications in October or early November. We decide your admission once you complete your application.
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Get involved in research at all levels — from helping faculty with their ideas to pursuing your own inspirations — to create new knowledge in the field. Every year dozens of our psychology majors work with faculty mentors to publish research or present it at major professional conferences.
Psychology is a versatile major that gives you valuable skills for a variety of careers, from healthcare, legal, and helping professions to education and business.
Graduating from our program will equip you well for further study at the master’s and doctoral levels.
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“I had a great experience in the Psychology major. The professors are supportive, available, and helpful. My time in Dr. Lipko-Speed’s cognitive development lab was educationally valuable and prepared me for graduate school.” Jenna Mollura, ’14