Department of Psychology
The Department of Psychology offers a major program in psychology leading to the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree; a minor program in psychology, a minor program in Human Computer Interaction/ User Experience – Evaluation, and a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis; service coursework for the program for the preparation of secondary teachers offered through the College of Education and Human Sciences; coursework applicable to general education component requirements in all university programs; and a variety of courses required or recommended in other programs.
Programs in the department are designed to serve students who wish to prepare for graduate study in psychology and in related fields calling for supporting concentrations or courses in psychology.
For majors, a modern foreign language through the intermediate level and additional coursework in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, and physics are strongly recommended. Prospective majors should consult with the chair of the department in the selection of advanced psychology electives.
Students with majors in psychology are required to successfully complete exit examinations prior to graduation.