Arts and Sciences
Margaret D. Anderson, David F. Berger, Michael D. Berzonsky, Raymond D. Collings, Leslie G. Eaton, David A. Kilpatrick, Melvyn B. King, Kimberly S. Kraebel, Linda O. Lavine, John P. Lombardo, Paul D. Luyben, Michie Odle, Judith A. Ouellette, Jeffery N. Swartwood
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Psychology of Children with Exceptionalities
The Psychology Department focuses on preprofessional preparation for a combination of research and applied work. In addition to providing a strong liberal arts focus for majors who are not going beyond the bachelor’s degree, the program is designed to provide a solid foundation for graduate school training in psychology.
Successful students graduate ready for entry-level positions helping others or to pursue master’s and doctorate degrees. Psychology majors have opportunities to work with faculty on research projects and/or develop their skills in the field, working with psychologists and agencies dedicated to helping others. The aim is to help majors attain skills that prepare them for work in organizations, therapeutic settings, and research.
- Research with faculty; conference and publication opportunities
- Field Study
- Study abroad
- National Honor Society: Psi Chi
- Psychology Club
- Degree requirements listed in this catalog apply to all of the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements:
B.A. – 90 credit hours
B.S. – 60 credit hours