We offer a Bachelor of Arts degree which provides training in the theories and practices of psychology, the scientific method and opportunities for involvement in research and clinical training.
Our graduate program offers the doctoral degree (Ph.D.) with concentrations in Cognitive and Neural Sciences, Quantitative Psychology, Clinical-Community Psychology and School Psychology. Our program emphasizes training in research to prepare graduates for careers in academia and related settings.
Our department explores core research themes including child and family psychology, cognitive neuroscience, community and multicultural psychology, behavioral neuroscience, children in schools, and promoting health. Students at every academic level work closely with our faculty to explore our research themes while getting valuable hands-on experience in our renowned facilities including the McCausland Center for Brain Imaging, the Institute for Mind and Brain and our Psychology Services Center.
The Department of Psychology promotes and advances the discipline of psychology as a basic and applied science through:
Excellence in scientific research and scholarship recognized nationally and internationally.
Dissemination of psychological knowledge to students at the undergraduate, graduate
, and professional levels through high quality instruction, mentoring, advisement,
professional development, and achievement of national prominence among graduate programs.
Service to the university, community and profession.