The Psychology Program provides a comprehensive foundation in the psychological sciences, inclusive of theory, research, and practice, in an atmosphere that models mutual respect and encourages individual challenge. The program’s size allows for one-on-one interaction with the department’s well-qualified faculty composed of practicing psychologists and researchers.

Courses focus on clinical psychology and counseling, human development, health and sports psychology, communication, social psychology, business/organizational psychology, cognition, and biological psychology. Classes take the form of seminars, lectures, experiential exercises and simulations, demonstrations, guided research, and independent study, all of which are intended to stimulate active student participation in learning.


Browse the Psychology Collections:

Psychology | Faculty Conference Presentations

Psychology | Faculty Scholarship

Psychology | Honors Theses and Capstone Projects

Psychology | Senior Theses and Capstone Projects

Psychology | Student Research Posters