Major in Psychology
Our Undergraduate program prepares students for postgraduate work but also is flexible enough to accommodate those who do not intend to pursue graduate studies. Students gain knowledge of cognition, physiology, and sociocultural awareness. They have opportunities in applied learning and research experience, as well as basic psychological processes, social and cultural dimensions and applied issues and perpectives - such as substance abuse or testing and measurement.
Minor in Psychology
A minor in psychology will give you a basic understanding of how humans think, feel, act and interact. The minor is a great addition to many majors, from prelaw, and social work to business and sociology, and is useful in diverse range of careers.
Bachelors of Arts in Psychology Checklist
Grant, Scholarship, & Fellowship Opportunities
Grants, Scholarships, and Fellowships are a great way to fund your education and research. All students are encouraged to apply. Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates, while fellowships are graduate awards. The following scholarships and fellowships are provided to Psychology students by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS). The Randall Chambers Fellowship is awarded annually in the Fall while all others are awarded annually in the Spring. For more information on these opportunities and a list of General LAS scholarships, please visit the LAS Scholarship List.
Scholarships & Fellowships
- Dr. Jackson O. and Jane Powell Memorial Fellowship
- Dr. Jim Klingsporn Current Scholarship in Psychology
- Fellowship in Memory of Dr. Randall M. Chambers, Distinguished Professor Emeritus
- George A. Lewis Memorial Fund
- Grant Y. Kenyon Endowed Memorial Scholarship/Fellowship
- Jack Glimpse Endowed Scholarship
- Mary Wittenbach Memorial Book Scholarship
- Thelma J. and C. Robert Borresen Endowed Scholarship in Psychology