Psychology BA

Students who complete the psychology major will be equipped for the rapidly changing professional world or for graduate study in psychology or a related field. The psychology major focuses on broad training across a variety of content areas within psychology. Substantive areas to be covered include clinical, social, developmental, cognitive, quantitative, and biological basis of behavior. Students will also receive training in conducting independent research and will have the opportunity to participate in independent research study and applied community practice.

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program requirements       4 year plan to graduation (standard)   4 year plan to graduation (neuroscience)

Meet the Psychology Faculty & Staff


Department Contact

Kristopher Kimbler

Associate Professor, Program Leader and Chair, Department of Psychology
Phone: (239) 590-7425
Office: WH 120

Kaye Straley

Administrative Specialist, Department of Psychology
Phone: (239) 590-7516
Office: WH 228


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