Having a degree in Psychology can provide a foundation for many careers and opportunities. Undergraduates typically have a lot of questions about psychology primarily revolving around what you can do with a Psychology degree. If you are finding yourself a little lost or overwhelmed, you’re probably not alone! Below, we have the most frequently asked […]
Are you looking for Psyc 485 credit? Does creating a bridge between faculty and students interest you? Are you interested in a career that deals with media/community outreach or looking for a way to distinguish yourself from other students when applying to grad schools or internships? Consider joining the Psyc 485 class led by Dr. […]
Interview with Dr. Joshua Hicks, a Social and Personality Psychology professor at Texas A&M University.
Are you looking for another class to fill your schedule? We might just have the class for you! This semester, Dr. Joseph Orr is teaching Special Topics in Cognitive Neuroscience (PSYC 489). This is a new course that hopefully will become a regular course offered as a psychology and neuroscience class. This course offers a […]
Do you love children and want to pursue a degree that will allow you to interact with them daily? Are you wanting to incorporate your experiences in the psychology department with this other interest? If so, then this student’s account from our very own psychology department might be of some help to you. “Before I […]
If you want to finish your degree more quickly or take a certain class in a shorter amount of time, summer classes may be the option for you. This summer, the Psychology Department is offering quite a few classes, including: Introduction to Psychology Introductory course dealing with elementary principles of human behavior. Elementary Statistics for […]