Thomas Harriot College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Psychology
.Expanding the Science of Behavior
Our faculty of scientist-practitioners is addressing the major challenges of today’s world. With the assistance of involved undergraduate and graduate students, their expertise is advancing knowledge related to behavioral, social, and health experiences. Together, our dedicated group of scholars, staff, graduate and undergraduate students, are fostering innovative research, teaching, and service to the community.
In addition to our Undergraduate Program (BA), we offer a doctoral degree (PhD) in Health Psychology with concentrations in Clinical Health Psychology, Occupational Health Psychology, and Pediatric School Psychology. We also offer a Master's degree in General-Theoretic Psychology with a concentration in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and a Master's degree with a Certificate of Advanced Study (MA/CAS) in School Psychology. Additionally, we offer a Graduate Certificate in Quantitative Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences.
We strive to support our students and faculty on the frontlines of learning and research, while stewarding our community and our campus. To do this, the Department of Psychology needs you!
Erik Everhart, Interim Chair
.Recent Department News
Join us for our Spring 2018 graduate recognition ceremony!
Read more here.
Eleven students studied in Belfast, Northern Ireland in summer, 2017 in the Department of Psychology's first Summer Study Abroad course. We spent four weeks studying Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland. Click on the link for pictures and more information about this summer's study abroad trip!
Dr. Marion Eppler received the 2017 Achievement In International Teaching Award.
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