Psychology is both a scientific discipline concerned with understanding, explaining and predicting behavior, and a profession dedicated to the application of this knowledge to the solution of practical human problems.
Informal tracks (emphases) are available in human factors/applied industrial and human service (clinical/counseling) areas whereby students can work with their advisors to obtain a concentration of courses in an applied track.
Our facilities include a computer laboratory, the Heimstra Human Factors Laboratory, the Disaster Mental Health Institute and the Psychological Services Center. Advanced undergraduate students in Psychology are encouraged to participate with faculty in research projects to earn academic credit and gain valuable experience.
Department scholarship opportunities include the H.O. Fossler Prize for top senior psychology majors and the the Psi Chi Prize for top junior psychology majors. For freshman scholarships, see Financial Aid.
We collaborate with several other centers and institutes; see our Links page.
We offer plenty of opportunities to get involved in Student Organizations.