Undergraduate Programs

The psychological sciences curriculum is designed to impart to students an understanding of thought, feeling, and behavior through its orientation as a traditional liberal arts discipline. The major and minor programs provide training in, and familiarity with, the major research methods, principles, theories, and applications of psychological science. The variety of topic areas offered for students in the curriculum are diverse and include primary fields of psychology such as cognition, lifespan development, neuroscience, social psychology, perception, personality, learning, and psychological disorders.