The undergraduate program in psychology is designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the behavioral sciences with a focus on the statistical and research tools used in contemporary psychological research. The subject matter is preparatory to a career in psychology either in basic research and teaching, or in any number of professional applications to various human problems. A psychology major may prove useful to those planning other professional careers such as medicine, law, education, business, social work, or pastoral counseling, as well as those who seek a broad cultural background in the behavioral sciences.
Below is a list of the undergraduate degrees offered by the Department of Psychology. Please click on one of the following links to access the Undergraduate Bulletin which contains the requirements for each degree.
Please contact Trent Hopper, for assistance with the following:
- Course add/drop forms
- Grade change forms
- PSYC 395 applications
- Honors Program
- Prospective undergraduate students
Please contact the Christopher Coffey, Student Services Manager, for assistance with the following:
- Course registration
- Academic advisement