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Psychology
Psychology

Major & Minor

Are you intrigued to learn more about why humans think the way we think or do the things we do?  As a psychology student, you will engage intellectually with the breadth and depth of psychological science through our small classes and practical experiences like labs and internships. Psychology is a hub science, with broad possibilities from counseling to neuroscience and many connections to other fields of study. These connections enable you to branch out from a psychology major into many different professions. 

Student Research

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A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Conformity and Associated Factors

A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Conformity and Associated Factors

River Naile

Interleukin-6 and Cortisol as Mediators of the Effects of Yoga on Stress

Interleukin-6 and Cortisol as Mediators of the Effects of Yoga on Stress

Rebecca Paul

Teaching Compassionate Supervision Skills Using Video-Modeling with Voice-Over Instructions and Feedback

Teaching Compassionate Supervision Skills Using Video-Modeling with Voice-Over Instructions and Feedback

Erin McCormack

Impact of Anxiety Disorders on Help-Seeking Behaviors

Impact of Anxiety Disorders on Help-Seeking Behaviors

Savanna Polen

Impact of Athletic Status and Personality on Intentions to Follow-Through with Post-Injury Treatment

Impact of Athletic Status and Personality on Intentions to Follow-Through with Post-Injury Treatment

Sonja Huntwork, Coral Cohen, Cassidee Levine, & Jacqueline Bridgeford

Effect of Perceived Parenting Styles on Stress Coping Skills and Academic Performance in College Students with ADHD

Effect of Perceived Parenting Styles on Stress Coping Skills and Academic Performance in College Students with ADHD

Emily Henderson, Britney Martin, Noor Ghaffar, & Humza Ashraf 

Will This Transfer: Investigating Empathy Transfer Towards the LGBTQ+ Community

Will This Transfer: Investigating Empathy Transfer Towards the LGBTQ+ Community

Haydee Fuentes, Victoria Couturier, & Olivia De Leon 

The Impact of Extracurricular Involvement on the Mental Health of College Students

The Impact of Extracurricular Involvement on the Mental Health of College Students

Sarah Davis, Daisy Esquivel, Ella Owens, Shruti Ramesh, & Lauren Rodgers 

Misguided Ghosts: Comparing the Relationship Dissolution Strategies of Ghosting, Orbiting, and Direct Rejection

Misguided Ghosts: Comparing the Relationship Dissolution Strategies of Ghosting, Orbiting, and Direct Rejection

Mikayla Ross, Kailey Harshaw, & Maggie Reed

>Policy liberalism and source of news predict pandemic-related health behaviors and trust in the scientific community

Policy liberalism and source of news predict pandemic-related health behaviors and trust in the scientific community

Madeleine Reinhardt;

Finish in Four*

with the skills to launch your career 

The field of psychology

will require you to hone your communication, critical thinking, quantitative, and collaboration skills.  As a graduate you will be poised to take on your first job or head to graduate school with the knowledge that you can confidently: 

  • understand how people think and why they act the way they do; 
  • communicate effectively in written and oral forms to convey information to various audiences; 
  • understand the meaning of data and how it can be applied to real-world questions and problems; and 
  • design, conduct, and analyze original research. 

Explore our Graduate Outcomes to learn more about what our graduates are doing today. 

Meet our Faculty

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