Department of Psychology

The Psychology Department offers an undergraduate major and minor in psychology, as well as Masters degrees in General Psychology (MA-fully online)Clinical Psychology (MA-hybrid), Substance Abuse Counseling (MS-fully online), and Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification (CDCC-fully online).

The undergraduate Psychology major consists of 45 hours, including courses in theory, methodology, and substantive areas of study. The minor requires 21 hours.

Also, there is an undergraduate degree in Substance Abuse that consists of 39 hours. 

Many students who major in psychology decide to go on to graduate school in order to obtain licensure in the clinical field, or to pursue advanced studies in educational, sport, forensic, or research psychology. Others may decide to complete their education with a 4-year college degree and enter a career in business, health, social services, education, psychology, or other fields.

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Dr. Kathy Blaydes-Walczak
Associate Professor of Psychology
Dr. Katie Flynn
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Health
Dr. Helen Goins
Instructor of Psychology
Professor of Psychology