Greg Schmidt, Chair
Bernstein, Black, Boyer-Pennington, Brinthaupt, Crooks, Davis, Fernandez, Foster, Frame, Fromuth, Fuller, Gaby, Galbato, Hein, Hinnenkamp, Holt, Houston, Jackson, Jin, Jones, Kim, Langston, Littlepage, Loveless, Magne, Marshall, McCarthy, Moffett, Pennington, Rogers, G. Schmidt, Schoonover, Tate, Teague, Ujcich-Ward, Van Hein, Walker, Wallace
The Psychology major is designed for students with a variety of career goals and interests and leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. The Pre-graduate School concentration is designed for students intending to apply for Ph.D. or master’s programs. A minor in Psychology is also available. In addition, the Department of Psychology offers a major and a minor in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. The Industrial/Organizational Psychology major leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. Additional specialized minors are offered in Mental Health Services, Life Span Development, and Neuroscience.
The department also participates in the interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Minor .
A student with both a major and a specialty minor in the Department of Psychology cannot use the same coursework for more than one program. In no case can a single course be used to satisfy requirements in more than one program; for this reason, psychology majors cannot also choose the psychology minor.
Consultation with the assigned advisor is recommended before each registration..
The Department of Psychology offers periodically the following Honors courses:
Requirements for the Specialist in Education with a major in Curriculum and Instruction, the Master of Arts degree in Psychology, and a list of the courses offered for graduate credit are published in the Graduate Catalog.