The Psychology department offers rigorous empirically-focused undergraduate and graduate degree programs, giving students a strong background in the scientific study of human behavior and consciousness.

  • BA and MA in Psychology, nationally-accredited EdS in School Psychology
  • Active Psi Chi and Psychology Student Union clubs
  • Psychology Honors Program
  • Opportunity to apply science to serve others in the community, supervised by faculty

Undergraduate students must complete a set of three courses - Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Statistics, and Research Design and Experimental Methodology - earning a grade of C or higher in each, plus earn an overall grade point average of 2.0 or higher in order to be admitted to the Psychology major program.  Students then take a series of upper division substantive courses, culminating in a capstone History and Systems course. 

Graduate students have three options for graduate degree:  a two-year MA in General/Experimental Psychology, a two-year MA in Applied Behavior Analysis, and a three-year EdS, with a focus on School Psychology.