Psychology Program

Psychology Program

Psychology is the science or study of the mind and behavior, and through intellectual engagement and critical discussion, students in this program will receive a comprehensive education in order to understand more fully the field of psychology and its many fascinating sub-disciplines. 

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The psychology programs includes courses in:

  • General Psychology
  • Lifespan Growth & Development
  • Statistical Methods in Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Experimental Psychology
  • History of Psychology
  • Intro to Clinical & Counseling Psychology
  • Learning & Behavior
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Brain & Behavior
  • Sensation & Perception
  • Social Psychology

Featured Courses


PSYC 2308 - Child Psychology

This course acquaints students with the basic principles and major issues influencing human development specific to infants and children. Theories and methods used to understand development will be discussed. Attention will be given to the social issues that affect our view of children and families, and special attention will be paid to the application of theories, methods and principles to working with children in the role of parent, care giver and teacher. This course will provide meaningful scientific information in understanding child development and in providing practical principles for working with children.

PSYC 2317 - Statistical Methods in Psychology

This course will discuss the concepts and statistical procedures of data analysis used in the behavioral sciences. In the course students will learn ways to describe data (descriptive statistics) and methods of evaluating hypotheses and testing psychological theories (inferential statistics) using examples from the psychological literature. Specific topics will include t-test, ANOVA, correlation, regression and non-parametric tests.

PSY 325 - Sport Psychology

This course will provide students with an overview of the theories and research related to sport and exercise behavior. Topics to be covered include the history of sport psychology, behavioral principles, anxiety, motivation, leadership, group dynamics, gender, and personality. This course will also be designed to relate these principles to exercise and sport performance.

PSY 350 - Learning and Behavior

This course presents basic information about various types of learning and describes general theoretical and practical approaches to understanding and improving learning and behavioral processes. Prerequisite