Programs in the Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Degree Programs

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology is designed to achieve several broad objectives: to increase students' understanding of their cultural and natural worlds through greater familiarity with the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences; to enhance their skills in communication, quantitative analysis, and critical reasoning; and to prepare them to fulfill their roles as responsible members of their families, community, and society. Learn more about the Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.

Graduate Degree Programs

The Department of Psychology is home to five Graduate Programs including the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, Doctoral Program in Experimental Psychology, Doctoral Program in School Psychology, Master's Degree Program in General Psychology, and Master of Arts Program/ Educational Specialist Program in School Psychology. These programs foster involvement in research during students' first year while developing individual research projects with their primary mentor and other faculty. Learn more about Graduate Degree Programs