Students focus in one of six key subdisciplines: Cognitive/Neuroscience, Social, Applied, Clinical/Personality, Developmental or the Industrial-Organizational Track. Students have a variety of opportunities to become directly involved in ongoing research, participate in our active student organizations, and conduct their own studies through our research labs.
A degree in Psychology provides a solid foundation of knowledge applicable to such fields as business, education, law, medicine and social work.
An Online BA in Psychology is also available.
Industrial-Organizational Psychology Track
This track is for students interested in applying the principles of psychology to workplace issues. Students completing this track will be able to work with organizations in designing selection systems, validating performance assessment systems, and developing and delivering training programs. They will also be able to work with consulting companies that design and market selection and training programs. Students will also be competent for managing leadership development programs; talent management, especially High Potential (HIPO) programs; and occupational health and safety initiatives.
College to Career
- Social work