The Department of Psychology offers two undergraduate degrees, a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Sciences, as well as an undergraduate minor in psychology.
The department also offers two graduate degrees, a Master of Arts degree with an emphasis in Clinical Psychology and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Health Psychology.
Whichever degree option you choose, you'll be introduced to the scientific study of behavior. While consistently focused on the individual, psychology deals with everything from brain and neurologic functions to social and environmental influences on behavior and thought.
Information about the undergraduate minor in psychology, which requires 15 credit hours.
Our psychology PhD degree emphasizes clinical health psychology and adheres to the scientist-practitioner model. Training emphasizes the contribution of research to the understanding, treatment and prevention of human problems, and the application of knowledge that is grounded in scientific evidence.