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Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes, encompassing both research - learning about human and animal behavior - and practice - applying knowledge to solve problems. Opportunities for work in this field are expanding in number and scope within psychology's many subfields. Learn more about the psychology curriculum.
A strong liberal arts curriculum is an integral element of an undergraduate major in any of the behavioral sciences and a vital component of professional practice and lifelong learning. In addition to major requirements, students fulfill the undergraduate General Education goals and develop an individual degree plan of liberal arts and pre-professional electives.
The fundamental goal of an undergraduate education in psychology is to teach students to think like scientists about individual and social behavior and to be able to use that knowledge and professional and personal settings.
Students graduating with a degree in psychology will be able to:
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