Students have the opportunity to apply what they learn through research experiences, practicums, or in the department's clinic for Applied Behavior Analysis therapies.
Graduates are well-prepared for careers in research, human resources, criminal justice, childcare or education, among others. Many continue their education toward becoming psychologists. The psychology job market is expected to grow by 15 percent.
Students have the opportunity to engage in scientific research alongside psychology professors in the department's many research laboratories.
In programs like the Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, students experiences aren't just theoretical. Lessons are often applied through community projects, internships, labs and more.
Supports in Place
Students can explore their psychology major outside of the classroom with the department's student organization, Student Psychological Association.
What You'll Do
Give your brain food for thought over the weekend by attending Friday afternoon colloquium sessions. Join the Student Psychological Association, or one of our other psychology-related student organizations, and bring fascinating speakers to campus or simply hang-out with like-minded students and professors. Work in professional research laboratories to gain invaluable skills and pursue new knowledge in psychology. Intern at local psychology settings, or travel nationally to workshops and conferences. You’ll have the personal attention and support of talented, caring instructors every step of the way.