Programs and Courses
The BA program provides students with a broad background in the methods, theories, and research findings of various fields within psychology – for example, neuroscience, clinical psychology, social psychology, behavior modification, health psychology, industrial-organizational psychology, cognition and memory, human development, and the history of psychology.
A more detailed overview of the BA program and course options is provided in the Psychology Major Advisement Worksheet or in the Psychology Department Office (222 Hauser Hall).
This program is designed for students who wish to concentrate their undergraduate studies in psychology and continue post-graduate studies in medicine or other health-related professions.
A more detailed overview of the BS program and course options is provided in the Psychology Major Advisement Worksheet or in the Psychology Department Office (222 Hauser Hall).
To declare the major, set up an appointment with Dr. Amy Masnick, the assistant chair of advisement.
When you declare the psychology major, a faculty advisor will be assigned to you. If you have already declared the major but do not know who your faculty advisor is, please email Ms. Carmela Salvatore.
You can meet with your faculty advisor or the Assistant Chair for Advisement (Dr. Amy Masnick) to ask quick questions, go over forms and policies, or to plan schedules.