ADVISING: Academic Advising for Spring 2024 begins October 5 and ends November 16. See Advising Procedures for more information about advising and scheduling appointments.
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB: Check out Our News to find out about upcoming Psychology Club events.
The Department of Psychology is committed to preparing undergraduate students for professional work and further graduate education.
Students receiving a bachelor’s degree in psychology will leave the program able to:
- Understand how psychological principles apply to behavioral problems
- Engage in scientific reasoning, problem-solving skills, and effective research methods
- Understand ethically and socially responsible behaviors for professional and personal settings in a landscape of increasing diversity
- Demonstrate competence in writing, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
- Apply psychological content and skills to career goals
The chair of the Department of Psychology is Dr. Elisabeth Sherwin.
If you are interested in discussing psychology as a major, please click the link in the maroon bar below to contact us!