College of Arts and Sciences
By studying the science of behavior and mental processes that determine behavior, you’ll learn how to apply the accumulated knowledge of psychology to solve practical problems in clinical and counseling environments.
- Consistently ranked one of the top programs in the nation
- Participate in the Department of Psychology Undergraduate Symposium, where you can present your original research to the public
- Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty or start your own independent research
- Internship and study abroad opportunities
With a Psychology degree, you can work in:
- Mental health and social services
- Alcohol and substance abuse counseling
- Human resources and management
- Public relations
- Business management, sales, market research, and advertising
- Teaching and research
- Community and non-profit organizations
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