The Department of Psychology strives to provide the highest quality, state-of-the-art educational experience for our undergraduate and graduate students.
Our students can take classes and conduct research with faculty members who are professionals in their field, active in research and clinical settings. These scholar/educators bring alive for students the subject matter and methodologies of psychology and prepare them to become sophisticated consumers and evaluators of information.
Our students can collaborate with our faculty members on research projects at the intersection of psychological science and human health. Health and wellness, drug abuse, aging, stress and immunity, ethics, health education and disease prevention, depression and child development, marital relationships and conflict—research that is focused on the problems of contemporary urban life.
There are many career paths for undergraduate and graduate students who earn a psychology degree through our department. We invite you to learn more about your options after graduation.