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Expanding Minds and Enriching Lives.

The Department of Psychology welcomes and encourages you to join our community. We develop skilled critical thinkers who use their knowledge of the principles of human behavior, cognition, and emotion to work and live effectively and fully in a multicultural global society. Our curriculum covers the major areas in the field of psychology to help students understand the complexities of human thought and behavior in a sociocultural context.

About Us

Get to know our faculty and staff.


Discover important information about our undergraduate Psychology major, including advising opportunities, courses required for our BA degree, how to earn Psychology Honors, our minors, and more.

Graduate Programs

Learn about the three graduate programs we offer, in addition to recently submitted thesis projects, and other important resources for current and prospective graduate students. Our graduate programs include a MA in Psychology, Research and Experimental Psychology Concentration, a MS in Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology Concentration and a MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

News and Events

Read our latest newsletter and stay up-to-date on the upcoming events hosted by the Department of Psychology such as The Alan E. Kazdin Endowed Lecture series (fall semester), the Spartan Psychological Association Research Conference (SPARC; spring semester), the Psych Forum (throughout the year), the Alumni Newsletter and more.


Please visit our resources and support page for information and links to department forms, scholarships, the Research Experience Pool (SONA), Psi Chi (the international honor society in psychology), course syllabi, and more.