Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology offers students a Bachelor of Arts in psychology degree  with two concentrations: general psychology and industrial/organizational psychology. Within the general psychology concentration, there are options for students interested in counseling and mental health care careers or educational, child or developmental psychology. Industrial/organizational psychology is the research and applied specialty concerned with implementing the principles of psychology to business. Minors in psychology are also offered to students in other programs.


Location

Department of Psychology

Learning Research Center, Morgan Hall - Room 319

 

Careers

Traditionally, psychologists have been employed in universities, schools and clinics. Today, more than ever before, they can be found working in businesses, hospitals, private practice, courtrooms, sports organizations, police departments, government agencies, private laboratories, the military and other settings.