The Psychology major provides students with a foundation in the methodologies, research findings, and theories of contemporary psychology. Upon receipt of the Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) degree in Psychology, students are prepared for graduate study or employment in related and applied fields. The rigorous education of Psychology majors emphasizes: (a) committing students to a program designed to broaden and enrich their experiences; (b) challenging students to maximize their efforts and skills through a search for knowledge; (c) promoting student growth and development of a practical philosophy enabling students to apply moral and spiritual values to current problems and issues in a multicultural context; and (d) fostering the development of the total person by stressing the importance of achievement, leadership, and community service. To learn more about the Psychology Department please visit Prospective Psychology Majors for details.
Please utilize the following Psychology Resources:
Dr. Marilyn Lovett, Chair
Department of Psychology