118 Magnolia Hall (formerly known as Natural and Behavioral Sciences)
Welcome to the Department of Psychology, home of the Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Human Services. The Mission of the Department of Psychology is to provide an innovative blend of theory, research, and application that prepares students for immediate employment and graduate school. Excellence in instruction, preparation for working with diverse populations, and a focus on ethics are hallmarks of our programs.
We are excited to announce that starting in Spring of 2019 ALL courses required for completion of our Minor in Psychology AND our Major in Psychology and Human Services will be available online. All requirements will be the same for students completing their degree 100% online and those who may be doing all classes in a traditional seated format or through a blend of online and seated classes. Courses will be rotated in the schedule between being offered in a seated forum and an online forum.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about our program.
Antoinette R. Miller, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Psychology
Are you interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology?
Join us for the 5th Annual Department of Psychology Graduate Student Recruitment Week!
November 11-14, 2019
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