Areas of Study
The Psychology Department seeks to develop reflective, compassionate and critical thinkers, astute in the use of both reasoned argument and empirical science for understanding human behavior, thought and experience. Our curriculum provides education for either the direct pursuit of careers in psychology, or for further graduate and professional studies in psychology, neuroscience, medicine, business, education, human services and law.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Our degree program focuses on pure psychology -- theories, principles and methods. The B.A. in psychology emphasizes a rigorous experimental and theoretical exploration of psychology.
Minor in Psychology
Students majoring in another discipline can choose one of two tracks within the psychology minor: general psychology or cognitive neuroscience.
Learn more about our program course requirements by visiting the College Catalog: