The Department of Psychology offers courses in both traditional and newly developed areas of psychological investigation. The department’s program prepares undergraduate students for careers in the behavioral sciences and psychology-related fields, for graduate programs in psychology and other professions and for careers in any field in which a liberal arts and sciences education is useful. An understanding of human behavior is relevant to any occupation or profession that involves interaction with others.
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Congratulations to the 2013-14 Bischoff Memorial Scholarship Award winners!
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Photos from the 2012 Meeting of Majors are available here.
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|Professor Thomas P. Ross
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Professor Rhonda Swickert
Office Hours, Spring 2013, Monday 2:45 - 4:15; Wednesday 10:45 - 2:45; Thursday 10:00 - 12:30