Associate Professor Laughon (Chair); Professors T. Brown, Harvey, Himelein; Associate Professors Chiang, Foo, Neelon; Assistant Professors Bernal, Cox, Pascoe
Students who major in Psychology study a variety of areas within the broader discipline in preparation for graduate school, professional school (e.g., law or medical school) or post-baccalaureate employment. Students begin with basic content courses that introduce the areas within the discipline and basic skills courses that introduce research methodology and data analysis. A series of upper-level elective courses permit students to tailor their major programs to their personal and professional goals. Students may earn up to 6 hours of credit for research. Students are encouraged to plan their curricula in consultation with Psychology faculty who can advise regarding course options, prerequisites, and realistic career objectives.
Declaration of Major in Psychology
A major in Psychology may be formally declared after a student has:
- completed the Liberal Arts Core Mathematics requirement with a grade of C or higher;
- completed , PSYC 201 and one other 200-level PSYC course with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 in these courses; and
- met individually with the chair of the Psychology Department to review departmental expectations for majors.