Undergraduate programs

The program in psychology has been planned with the idea that all students, regardless of major, will have to solve significant psychological problems in their relations with others, at home and at work, in their personal decisions, and in their efforts to understand the problems and processes of society. The program serves students intending to do professional work in the field; liberal arts majors who are interested in psychology as part of a liberal arts education; and students of other social sciences or in a professional field such as business, education, medicine, or the ministry who seek a working knowledge of psychological principles.

Degree Maps and Learning Outcomes

Admission requirements

Psychology B.A./B.S.

Psychology Minor

Psychology Secondary Education Program

Admission requirements

Admission to the department is based on general admission to the University. See Admissions Requirements for more information.