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Psychology is a broad discipline with many areas of specialization. Majors are exposed to several fascinating areas of study, including behavioral, biological, clinical, cognitive, developmental and social psychology.
Students may study topics such as body self-image, obesity, autism, parenting, visual and auditory perception, gender and ethnicity, smoking and alcohol/drug use, and eyewitness identification.
We encourage students to master psychological principles in a variety of subfields of psychology, as well as apply the material to life situations.
The Psychology Department offers a B.A. degree program focused on the understanding of behavior, cognition and emotion.
The Psychology Department offers a M.A. program for students who are interested in behavior analysis or in preparing for entry into a doctoral program. Our course sequence and supervised experience are approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)®.
The undergraduate and graduate programs are interlinked so that each program is supported and enhanced by the other.